The highlight of the spring was a trip to Utah early in May. My husband wanted me to have time with my two oldest children for Mother's Day. The weather, horrendous at home with heavy rains and record breaking hail storms, was not much better as we drove that all too familiar route between Colorado and Utah through rain storm after rainstorm.
As we walked over to where the old restaurant used to be, I sneaked in to take a photo of the breakfast/lunch counter area one walked through on the way to the dining room. We have spent more than one night over the years sheltered in a room at Little America when we drove across Wyoming in a snowstorm at Christmas time. We always looked forward to the nice meals we would eat there. Now we just have our memories of the place.
|Iconic Views of Little America, Wyoming|
|Special Mom & Daughter Time|
Daughter-in-law Sheridan, who was once Julie's roommate, has owned a shop in the area since 1999. She is very involved in the business community events that take place in the area. Recently, my son Ryan joined her as a business partner. If you are in Salt Lake City, you must go and visit Hip and Humble. Every corner is filled with treasures. You don't have to go to Salt Lake City to shop at Hip and Humble. You can shop online too!
|Hip & Humble|
Ryan & Sheridan
We had such a fun evening going in out of various shops that were participating in the art walk. This shop was once a flower shop that I remember visiting with Julie many years ago.
It was the perfect spring evening.