When we turn twelve in our family, our dad takes us on a father/daughter trip. I chose Utah for my trip because I had never skied before and I wanted to go to the BYU store 😂. We stayed in the Sundance mountain resort for a little less than a week.
Luckily, there was a cafe next to the ski lift so I could occasionally have some hot chocolate and lunch breaks… yum! What I call the perfect balance is catching a snowflake on my tongue and then sipping hot chocolate.
We went down to Park City for a little bit and just hiked and explored. I loved looking at all the different colored homes in the snow. And with my warm coat, I loved jumping into piles of snow because it was like a cloud that you could eat.
We got some snowshoes and trekked through a trail that looked over Mount Timpanogos. Everything coated with a fresh layer of snow is just beautiful up in the mountains.
I also brought a camera so I could snap some pictures as well. Also, we stayed in my Grandma Becky and Poppy’s cabin, which was so much fun. A big cabin all to ourselves! My dad made the best food, especially his famous quesadillas... mmmmmm.
My dad was asked to speak in a class at BYU for business stuff (I don’t really know 😂). I’m sure I fit right in!
Then we explored around the BYU campus, got some delicious food (Chick-Fil-A and a BYU donut) and ate at the Wilkinson Student Center, where I also got to go to the BYU Store!!