Dads Not A Very Good Fisher…

Dads Not A Very Good Fisher…

One of the best parts about RVing is that it is caused us to discover great places that are close to home.  The Payson Lakes area is under 90 minutes from our house and was a great weekend getaway, that I am sure we will go back to.  The campground is made up of 3 loops and has just over 100 sites.  The roads are all paved and the sites are concrete, which we love! Being located in the Uinta…

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Hanging in Heber, UT

Hanging in Heber, UT

When my brother-in-law said that he wanted to go camping for his birthday I immediately thought of the Mountain Valley RV Resort in Heber Utah.  We stayed here earlier in the year and had a great time.  We all thought that it would be the perfect place for his birthday weekend. Probably the biggest amenity, or at least the one we used the most was the pool.  The kids were in the pool everyday that we were there and it was…

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Giving Back

Giving Back

Since the late 90’s I have been helping with the annual Bike MS ride in Utah.  This annual event serves as the primary fundraising event for the Utah chapter of the Multiple Sclerosis Society and typically raises about $1.5 million.  Each year, the event takes over the Logan Fairgrounds where participants have the opportunity to camp for the weekend. My team of volunteers is responsible for everything that happens on the course during the event.  This can been things as…

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Getting high in Estes Park

Getting high in Estes Park

Our trip planning started with us determining that we were going to go to Rocky Mountain National Park.  As we started to dive into the details we found this great town called Estes Park.  I have already posted about our awesome experience at the Estes Park Medical Center; and it no wonder that in a town like this you would have a great facility like that. Upon arriving in downtown Estes Park we were greeted by the Estes Valley Farmers Market.  This…

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Jellystone of Estes Park

Jellystone of Estes Park

When picking campground in our area we generally tend to favor the ones that allow for more separation between sites and have a tone of trees.  During our trip planning for Rocky Mountain National Park, the best option for us was the Jellystone of Estes Park.  For those that might not know, all the Jellystones are themed around Yogi Bear and tend to cater to the young campers. We have stayed in several private campgrounds, but this was the first…

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