This is where we camped last weekend. The Uinta Mountains are so breathtaking this time of year.
It was a short whirlwind trip but oh so worth it!
We almost didn't find a camping spot, but thanks to our son reminding us to pray and our fortitude when it got dark, we ended up in a beautiful spot at 10:30pm. It was totally dark so we didn't know where we were, but were pleasantly surprised when we woke up the next day next to a pretty stream and pond in the greenest, most pristine mountains we could ask for!
We hiked around the famous Mirror Lake and dodged melting snow the whole time. The coolness felt wonderful!
On the way back down from the mountains we even discovered the most amazing waterfalls that we didn't even know existed. Provo River Falls is definitely worth the visit!
Our lessons learned on this trip:
A) Plan better ahead of time
B) Don't give up when things don't go according to plan
C) The Uintas are awesome and we should go there a lot more!
What do you learn from your camping trips? Or are you a seasoned camper and have everything down already? We're still trying to get our camping groove down, but it's fun getting there!