4 free days in Salt Lake City

4 days, 1 city, 4 museums, 1 Aviary, a playground, splash pad, all for free! Needless to say, we really enjoyed our time in Salt Lake City, and we know there was so much more to see and do here. After being in the wilderness for so long, we enjoyed getting to Salt Lake City […]

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Our Natural Remedy Arsenal

I was a nurse for 7 years before having kids, after kids, I started looking more into natural remedies, and taking care of my kids with natural means, as much as possible, when they were sick. I quickly stumbled on essentials oils, which pretty much everyone who knows me knows that I love to use them. […]

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Canyonlands National Park

  Canyonlands National Park is a short 40 minute drive from Arches National Park, but a lot of people who visit Arches don’t make it over to Canyonlands. It seems to often be overlooked Since we were wanting to hit all of the National Parks in Utah on the trip, and we were staying close […]

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Dead Horse Point State Park

  A scenic 35 minute drive east of our boondocking spot took us to our next stop, Dead Horse Point State Park. We had gotten lucky and snagged a spot a month before our arrival at the brand new Wingate Campground. Usually you have to book your RV site 4 months in advance as soon […]

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Arches National Park

  Around the town of Moab, many wonders are close by. Arches National Park was our first stop in this great town. We camped for free for a few days on BLM land on Willow Springs just 15 minutes north of the entrance to Arches. This boondocking spot was pretty easy to get to, and […]

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Capitol Reef National Park

    Our trip took us north from Bryce National Park, into Escalante where we boondocked on BLM land for just a night on the way to Capitol Reef. We past by many places where we probably should have stopped, included Goblin Valley State Park, and the Kiva Koffeehouse that was closed on Tuesday, the […]

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Bryce Canyon National Park

  We stayed just a mile outside of Bryce Canyon National Park at free National Forest land there. Our spot was within walking distance to town, there were a few other RVs and tents around, we saw a few pronghorn around our site, and there were some trails nearby as well. We started our visit […]

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Zion National Park

  For our first Utah National Park on our summer National Park tour, we headed to the epic Zion National Park. We took a drive through the park from the east entrance, headed to the visitor’s center, which is near the South entrance, and we were blown away! After having been to the Grand Canyon […]

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