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The Red Cliffs Desert Reserve is a 20 mile wide 6 mile deep wilderness area that was set aside in 1996 for the protection of the Mojave Desert Tortoise and other rare plants and wildlife.  It is a scenic desert landscape ...

Red Cliffs Desert Reserve

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Fiesta Fun

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Jumpin’ Jacks

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Tuacahn Amphitheater

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Dinosaur Discovery at Johnson Farm

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Remote Possibilities RC Club – St. George, Utah

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Rosenbruch Wildlife Museum

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Heber Creeper

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Red Butte Garden

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Hill Aerospace Museum

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Natural History Museum of Utah

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Discovery Gateway

Recent Blog Posts

Who is in charge here? - September 9, 2014

I was recently asked a question by my 2 1/2 year old that gave me pause.  “Daddy, who is in charge, me or (Big Brother)?”  If he had stopped at “Daddy, who is in charge,” I would have given little thought to the obvious answer that mommy and I are in charge.  What threw me […]

Putt Putt Boat craft project - March 28, 2014

Recently my two young boys (2 and 4) were watching a movie called Ponyo.  I’d never seen it and was actually half dozing on the couch with them when a toy boat in the movie caught my attention.  I Googled “Ponyo boat” and discovered that it is a type of child’s toy steam engine called […]

Be The Match – Bone Marrow Donors - September 27, 2013

I read an article today in Utah’s Deseret News by Lois M. Collins entitled, “Young adults learn it’s not so hard to save a life.”  I must admit that this article dispelled many misconceptions I had about bone marrow transplants and becoming a bone marrow donor.  I was encouraged to research the topic even further […]