At the end of May, during the craziness of our move, we decided to go camping. We needed a break from the stress of moving. We planned a 3 night, 4 day stay at Lodgepole Campground in Utah with Grandma and Grandpa. I thought I'd post some of my favorite pictures so you could see what it is like.
It's a beautiful area, and I went camera happy . . . so bear with me, I'll be posting tons of gorgeous photos.
Lodgepole is located in the Uinta National Forest in Heber Valley.
It's named for all the TALL Lodgepole pines in the area.
As you can see from these pics, it's got some great features: tons of trees in the campground, nice secluded spots, clean bathrooms with flushing toilets (that's a HUGE plus!!), and good sturdy tables and fire pits. It's also very close to Strawberry Resevoir.
The ONLY downside I found to this campground was that it is near a highway. I took this picture from our camp spot. It's not too bothersome, but you can definitely hear diesels charging up and down the road. But I think the beauty of the area is still worth it.
We went of a couple of hikes and I thought so much of it was peaceful and serene. . .
I've fallen in love with photography. It helps me capture the beauty that I see from all angles. And it helps me remember that beauty and the fleeting moments of life.
Hope you get some time this summer to enjoy the beauty of God's creations.