Save the planet with Team Sierra No Comments

Team Sierra Sierra Club is the nation's largest and most influential grassroots environmental organization -- with three million members and supporters. Jenny Muschinske works with Sierra Club, and also a program called Team Sierra. As a lover of the outdoors, Jenny loves working for an organization that aligns with her own interests. Sierra Club’s goal is to explore, enjoy and protect the outdoors. They accomplish this through various Read more

National Parks of the USA with Kate Siber No Comments

National Parks of the USA with Kate Siber Kate Siber is the author of National Parks of the USA, a beautiful, large-format, fully illustrated book which looks at national parks across the USA. It earned the title of #1 New Release in Children’s Camping Books on Amazon! After sharing about how she got into writing as a kid, Kate tells us all about the book and what’s Read more

Last week we shared Colin O'Brady's story of overcoming adversity and climbing the highest peaks in each state We are happy to report that this past Friday night and early Saturday morning, Colin O’Brady successfully climbed Kings Peak. The ascent started at 11:30 PM on Friday night. The total climb took about 10 hours. He is nearly finished  in the process of climbing the 50 tallest Read more

Visit Family Friendly Riverton Wyoming No Comments

Riverton,Wyoming When we were in Riverton, Wyoming, it was such an amazing sight. I loved the drive and seeing the plains and mountains in the distance. I was surprised that this area only a short 5-6 hour drive from Salt Lake City. Our first stop in Wind River Country was Riverton.  TRAILHEAD We met with Wind River's liaison Casey and ate at the Trailhead Restaurant. It gave us a Read more

Fear of Shining with Talese Fernbach No Comments

Fear of Shining with Talese Fernbach We all do a lot of things that keep us from keeping our potential and shining and going where we want to go. Do you find yourself shrinking from your own light? Do you have a fear of shining? I know I sure do. Today’s guest is Talese Fernbach of Inner Mind Fitness. Talese is a Sport Psychology Consultant and a Read more

Lemon and Chamomile Bath Salts No Comments

Lemon and Chamomile Bath Salts Here's a fun recipe to make with your kids this summer. It uses some simple ingredients and essential oil. Yields:  3 cups INGREDIENTS 2 cups epson salt 1 cup dead sea salt (or other coarse salt) 1/4 cup baking soda 10-12 drops lemon essential oil (order here) 10-12 drops chamomile essential oil (order here) 4-5 drops yellow soap colorant DIRECTIONS 1.  Add both salts and the baking soda to Read more

Hidden Travel Treasures of Dubois Wyoming No Comments

Hidden Travel Treasures of Dubois Wyoming Traveling is an amazing of ours. However, we like to switch it up and get out of Utah every now and again. One place I have been eyeing is Dubois, Wyoming. This is an awesome place to visit with plenty of hidden travel treasures. You will want to hit up these places while visiting Dubois, Wyoming.   Bitterroot Ranch   What kind of ranch Read more

Free Mini-Challenge: Kids Moving Miles No Comments

Happy Summer! We hope you are having a great time with your kids and staying hydrated!  As part of the 365 Mile Challenge, we're kicking off a mini-challenge called “Kids Moving Miles!”  We'd love to have you join us! It’s a response to parents, but most importantly, KIDS who want in too. And since our larger goal is “families outside and healthy”, we couldn’t ignore that plea AND Read more

How to keep kids happy on your next road trip 1 Comment

Photo credit: Melinda Jae Photography How to keep kids happy on your next road trip Over Memorial Day weekend we went camping in the Wind Rivers as a guest of Visit Wyoming. We logged over 1,000 miles driving and, for the most part, the kids did well in the car. While we try to limit screen time, driving for almost 20 hours, we've found screens to help Read more