Sunday, April 5, 2009

Price Stuff

Jack and I decided that we're going to spend our weekends touring the most random towns in Utah. The only rules of the game are that we have to do something that is unique to this town and we have to eat at the hole in the wall restaurants that we couldn't find anywhere else. This last weekend we found ourselves in Price, Utah.


Upon arriving in Price we drove to Big Moe's Eatery and Bakery. How awesome is that?
 Our waitress was a middle aged mom wearing sweat pants and flip flops-she 
was such a chatty woman. I loved hearing her talk to the people at the tables. It made me miss home where everyone knows everyone and life runs a little slower. I thought the food was great-my hamburger was covered in avocado and bacon and it was SO good. Jack's was covered
 in mustard and he was not impressed but it was the ambiance we were looking for so I think we hit the nail on the head. 

After lunch we spent a little while shopping at the local Walmart and DI. Fun right? But it's our duty to experience all that Price has for us... unfortunately that was all it had. Once our food had digested and we'd spent a sufficient amount of money we went over to the Wave Pool. We used to go to the wave pool for young women's activities but Jack had never been.  The wave machine was broken so 
it was only producing small waves but it was still fun.
 
When we were done swimming we headed over to Sheralds Burger Bar to eat shakes in the snow. (someone forgot to tell mother nature it was APRIL) How awesomely ghetto does our weekend sound? Don't be jealous. I just gave you our itinerary so you can do it too! Lucky!

5 comments:

julie said...

It actually sounds really random and run...I wish for a spontanious life...so I am glad that you guys have one. Looks like fun!!!

Christie said...

I love how you guys are loving life as a couple and you have so much fun together....
Makes me feel all warm and fuzzy!

Hanberg Family said...

You two have waay too much fun--aww -to be young again!! Enjoy every minute of it! You are so cute, I love Your blogs! You still seem so in love, it is darling!

Kristin said...

Sorry, but no one in their right mind drives to Price just for the heck of it. Yuck!

I want to go see Eureka. I hear it's pretty cool. My uncle is the mayor, but I've never been there. I think only about 100 people live there or something.

Rhonda said...

I think your idea is absolutely brilliant! I love road trips and eating at diners is my favorite thing. You should totally do Kamas next - they have a few little diners like that and fun little antique shops. You're so cute!