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Road trip, Travel Guide

Utah Road Trip Guide: Dead Horse Point State Park

Utah is one of my absolute favorite states to visit. I’ve probably visited more than a handful of times and I don’t think I’ll ever get sick of it. No less than two months ago, my husband and I, along with two of our closest friends, went on an epic road trip to Utah. I was the (self-appointed lol) planner of this trip & like with any trip I’ve planned, I took it waaaay seriously. Naturally, I wanted to visit every National Park in Utah but I had to remind myself  ...

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Rustic Hotel in Brian Head

The Grand LodgeΒ is a beautiful hotel located in the smallΒ ski resort town of Brian Head, Utah. Right when you enter the premises, the lobby is adorned with rustic touches. I thought it was reminiscent of a cabin we stayed at in Michigan. If you know me, I have this unhealthy obsession with anything Rustic. In fact, our wedding last year was Rustic themed..and that’s not all. I’m currently in the process of turning our home into..yep you guessed it, Rustic themed. I should  ...

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Fallin’ for Hoodoos at Bryce Canyon

“There’s no other place like this on earth.” Those are the words I managed to utter after seeing the unique rock formations in front of me. Every time I travel, I can’t help but be in awe ofΒ God’s creations. This trip to Bryce Canyon is no exception. Despite lacking the grandiosity of it’s nearby counterpart, Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon managed to amaze me in it’s own special way. Comprised of odd-shaped pillars called Hoodoos, these rock  ...

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Hiking The Narrows

I’ve always had my eye on The Narrows ever since my husband and I visited Zion National Park last year. The weather was uncooperative that day and we weren’t going to risk hiking it when there’s flash flood warning signs all throughout the park. Last month, twoΒ of my friends and I hiked The Narrows for the very first time. I couldn’t contain my excitement because somehow I knew this was going to be an epic adventure. For every hike that I’ve done, I always make  ...

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