Your heart will beat approximately 100,000 times today. Each pulse, each throb, each palpitation is a reminder that YOU ARE ALIVE. Act like it.
"I'll just have one...." -things people say before they've tried our Loaded House Chips (yeah, right)
Listen, it doesn't take long before these Street Corn Ranch drizzled house chips win over your heart (and your stomach). 👏
Wow! Steam coming off Delicate Arch after a new blanket of snow. Every season is hiking season!
seen on @weareutah
💙 Water is Life 💚 We must defend the #CleanWaterAct
and defeat the EPA’s proposed weakening of protections. It is sickening & outrageous how shortsighted and environment-killing this administration is! 📷 Shown is Lake Powell in Utah, from a flight a few years back. What awesome formations 😍 How many tiny white boats do you count?
I obviously have my favorite photos from each shoot I do. However, when I go to look at albums from a while back, I'm finding that I get all new favorites and I have the opportunity to fall in love with the session all over again. This is one of them that I found last night that I just love so much. 🖤
I'm looking forward to those desert nights under starry skies!
An evening out with the boys - these Elk are all broken up, they must all be fighters.
12 Houses in Utah Have the Most Unbelievable Christmas Decorations It’s that time of year…time to drive through your neighborhood and check out your neighbors’ holiday lights. Some houses have better lights than others, of course. Here are just a FEW of the best in the state. 1. Albrecht Home, Glenwood
2. Frosty’s Winter Wonderland, Salt Lake City
Frosty’s Winter Wonderland/Facebook
805 E. 18th Ave.
3. Hidden Valley Drive, Sandy
1721 Hidden Valley Club Drive
4. Lights on Sherwood Drive, Kaysville
Lights on Sherwood Drive/Facebook
1098 E Sherwood Drive, Kaysville
5. Olsen Family Home, St.
Harmony Place St. George.
6. Christmas Street, Taylorsville
3310 West Royal Wood Drive.
7. Christmas Street, Sugarhouse
1500 E. 1700 S. Salt Lake City.
8. Shoop Home, Sandy
9179 Granville Circle, Sandy.
9. Christensen and Hymas Law Firm, Draper
11693 S 700 E.. Draper.
10. Kuhn Family Home, St. George
445 W. Heritage Drive, St. George
11. Lights on Wakefield
12. Lights on 1310, Tooele
Multiple houses in the neighborhood of E
1310 N in Tooele, Utah.
Do you have a photo of some unbelievable holiday decorations in your neighborhood? Share it here! You can find this article with all the address in this link and it’s also available in our Bio website: https://www.onlyinyourstate.com/utah
We’re celebrating our 15 Year Anniversary tomorrow... and I might just play songs that were popular in 2003 all day in the lobby. #indaclub #whereisthelove
If it’s been a while since we’ve seen you at Mountain Yoga we’d love to see you tomorrow! 🥰
“The present is the ever moving shadow that divides yesterday from tomorrow. In that lies hope” - Frank Lloyd Wright. It’s always fun for me to try and take pictures that offer a different perspective of my adventures. #utah #waterfallwednesday
Do you think this bald eagle has ever seen the Hitchcock movie “The Birds”.
Day 337: Wanderlust Wednesdays 😍 Here’s a picture from @canyonlandsnps.
travel tip: Don’t underestimate traveling in your home country - especially if it’s the USA! Our country is a diverse and beautiful land 😍 Don’t know where to start? Pick a National Park!
When I think back on all the adventures I had this year, this one might be my favorite. I had a few days off flying and decided to take my daughter to @capitolreefnationalpark
on a solo trip. We went to Moab that weekend before and got a flat tire on the way home so I had to get new tires before our trip. The thought of having to go get tires and then driving 7 hours solo after we had just driven 5 hours home from Moab Sunday wasn’t appealing. I almost cancelled the trip. But I kept thinking, “if not now, when?” Wait until the time is right? Wait until my daughter is older? Wait until my husband can go so I don’t have to drive solo? But what if he can’t? What if I can’t? What if that day never came?
So we went and my daughter and I had the most magical time. I hate mushrooms and she even made me try one after it came on my salad. Literally put salt on it and force fed it to me while singing “you gotta try new food cuz’ it might taste good!” (From Daniel Tiger btw). And she still brings up that moment. So I’m glad we went even though it was a pain to get here. The destination was all I could have hoped for and more.
#yogimagee #yogimageeexpeditions #capitolreef #cathedralvalley #cathedrals #motherdaughter #motherdaughtertrip
I LOVE MY JOB!
I still can’t believe I get paid to see these beautiful views every single day!
I’ve always wanted to see the salt flats after a rain and this time while on my way to Reno, NV I got lucky!
Share what you love! This idea came up over the weekend in Moab. The reason for my visit, at least initially, was to go visit a campground from my book. Apparently the BLM made some changes and my publisher wanted a rewrite on one of the chapters so we can do a quick reprint.
Anyways, it got me thinking about how many people I’ve shared my love of camping with over the years?
I joke that the book has a target audience of about 42 people, but since its release we have indeed sold thousands of them. Every so often someone I know finds out I wrote it and they light up and tell me they had no idea, but they actually own a copy.
I’ve also taken a lot of people camping over the years. I’ve planned camping trips for over 50 people for work—many of whom were first-timers—and after volunteering in Scouting on and off for the better part of 20 years, I’ve managed to keep a bunch of teenagers alive in the backcountry without major incident. I also teach a camping class and a camp cooking class at @uofulifelonglearning
where I show others how to find their own favorite campsites and eat drool-worthy food while doing it.
I mention all of this not because I’m anything special, but because I’ve learned that while I do love camping, I love SHARING my love for camping and the outdoors with others.
There’s this weird math with love: the more we share and give away, the more we have. I hike and camp and backpack alone, sure, but after long trips with someone else, I seem to love the outdoors even more. And I love them even more, too. I dunno how that equation makes any sense, I just know it’s true. The more I love, the more capacity I have to love. The more people I bring into my life to share of myself, the more love I seem to be capable of giving each one of them. Rather than it spreading my love thin, it seems to give me greater amounts of love to give away.
Share what you love and you’ll love it even more. Share more love, and you’ll have more love than you ever thought possible. That’s how I felt in Moab, sharing my love at this campground.
Hike98 to both forks of the Angel Cove Slot. Around 5 miles RT with 2 climbs of 750 feet STRAIGHT UP the sandstone slick rock for our exits. More photos of the slot and of course... the action to come. But I just couldn't get over how beautiful the snow dusted desert was.
Sometimes you wind up in a precarious situation (my people know the feeling). All you can do is help each other through it, laughing the whole way, chest deep in water! 😂
These trees have always been one of my favorite things in the western United States. This one was growing up out of the slickrock outside of Moab. We started our hike with an hour of sunlight left and as the sun sank lower, the rock walls around us started to glow orange. #OptOutside
December 14, 2018
Pleasant Grove Recreation Center
547 Locust Ave., Pleasant Grove, UT 84062
Time: 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Price: $10 per child
This event is meant for children 18 months to 6 years old.
This open house style event will feature a cooking project, whoville craft, whoville game, Santa Clause and a storytime. Each child will receive a book and goody bag. *Tag your friends, family and neighbors!!===================================== FESTIVAL DE WHOVILLE
14 de Diciembre de 2018
Centro de recreación Pleasant Grove
547 Locust Ave., Pleasant Grove, UT 84062
Hora: 10:00 AM a 12:00 PM
Precio: $ 10 por niño
Este evento es para niños de 18 meses a 6 años.
Este evento de estilo de casa abierta contará con un proyecto de cocina, artesanía de whoville, juego de whoville, Papá Noel y una hora de cuentos. Cada niño recibirá un libro y una bolsa de regalos.
A PIONEER CHRISTMAS!!!!
It is the most wonderful time of the year!!! We hope you will join us for our “A Pioneer Christmas.” It is coming up fast!! We would love to have as many people as possible attend. It will be three nights only!! December 14th, 15th, 17th at the Pioneer Village in Provo. *Tag your friends, family and neighbors!!===================================== UNA NAVIDAD PIONERA !!!!
Es la época más maravillosa del año !!! Esperamos que se unan a nosotros para nuestra "Una Navidad pionera". ¡Se acerca rápidamente! Nos encantaría tener la mayor cantidad de personas posibles. ¡¡Solo serán tres noches !!
14, 15 y 17 de diciembre en el Pioneer Village en Provo. * ¡Etiqueta a tus amigos, familiares y vecinos! ======================================
Joshua Tree 🌴 It grows in the direction of wind, and shows how beauty can grow from dysfunction