While in Utah, we visited my college friend who basically moved off-grid a few years ago – she and her husband built every road and structure on their property. It was incredible to see what they have done with their hard work, creativity, and building skills! Logan can’t stop talking about “Zack’s house” and all the “behicles”, Hailey loved every second with the big sisters and their Heaven Jam (raspberry freezer jam), and Rushton wishes he could have 6 dogs and 3 cats, too. I am in awe of @katehulet and the life she and her family have built out in the “wilderness” as my kids call it. 30 minutes bumping down a dirt road, through a puddle/pond, chasing the sunset, and I’d agree with that description. :) We can’t wait to come back!

While in Utah, we visited my college friend who basically moved off-grid a few years ago – she and her husband built every road and structure on their property. It was incredible to see what they have done with their hard work, creativity, and building skills! Logan can’t stop talking about “Zack’s house” and all the “behicles”, Hailey loved every second with the big sisters and their Heaven Jam (raspberry freezer jam), and Rushton wishes he could have 6 dogs and 3 cats, too. I am in awe of @katehulet and the life she and her family have built out in the “wilderness” as my kids call it. 30 minutes bumping down a dirt road, through a puddle/pond, chasing the sunset, and I’d agree with that description. :) We can’t wait to come back!

While in Utah, we visited my college friend who basically moved off-grid a few years ago - she and her husband built every road and structure on their property. It was incredible to see what they have done with their hard work, creativity, and building skills! Logan can’t stop talking about “Zack’s house” and all the “behicles”, Hailey loved every second with the big sisters and their Heaven Jam (raspberry freezer jam), and Rushton wishes he could have 6 dogs and 3 cats, too. I am in awe of @katehulet and the life she and her family have built out in the “wilderness” as my kids call it. 30 minutes bumping down a dirt road, through a puddle/pond, chasing the sunset, and I’d agree with that description. :) We can’t wait to come back!

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