After a long break, it is time for another Where It’s Made. I know this is a travel blog, but we do like the kids to learn about a variety of things. That is why we started are Where It’s Made Series, but this one is going to be a different for a number of reasons. For one, it’s not just about the where something is made, but the how and why something is done. The second reason this post is different is because I happen to be related to the co-owner (Bro-in-law) of this business. The topic is Powder Coating, and it’s one of those things that’s so common that most people probably don’t even realize what it is. So let’s dig in.
About six months ago, we were traveling in Asia. It was so hot there and my hair was so long, I just wanted to cut it all off. My mom told me to wait until we were in the USA, because it would be easier to get it cut how I wanted there and they speak English. Since I knew I had to wait a few months to get my hair cut, I kept looking in the mirror to see how short I wanted it. Then I decided I wanted it above my shoulders and Mom suggested we look into donating my hair.
If you find yourself in Southern Utah, we know where you can pamper your body! We had the pleasure of working with Adventure Hub St. George in scheduling us a wonderful massage with StGeorgeMassage.com. It was perfect after our epic day out in the desert on the side by side, read more about that here.
This is one for the ages! I can’t remember the last time we’ve had so much fun as a family. We partnered with Adventure Hub St. George, and they set us up with a UTV from Southern Utah Adventure Center. Now you may be asking, “What is a UTV?”. Is it an Ultra Terrific Vehicle? No. Is it a Unique Tall Vehicle? Nope. UTV really means, Utility Task Vehicle, but that doesn’t sound like much fun. The more common name is a side-by-side, and they are fun, Fun, FUN!