Kanab, Utah Days Three and Four

On Tuesday we had a relaxing day exploring the North Rim of the Grand Canyon and we walked the Angel path. This path is located behind the visitor’s center and most of it looks wheelchair accessible. The kids (well mostly the girls) had a grand time climbing up onto the boulders. My son decided that pacing on a boulder was more entertaining. He was having a hard time controlling his anxiety. Normally I help him through it but sometimes I just need to let it be. Below are some pictures of the girls and dad on top of the boulders. He has to hold their hands because it is the only way that is tolerable for me to allow them that close to the edge.

On day four The Grand Plateau RV park made a Thanksgiving dinner for all the campers that were there. We also visited the Pipe Spring National Park.

Our contribution to the pot luck the campground put together was stuffed mushrooms and cranberry sauce (the recipe will be below). I did not get pictures of the Thanksgiving dinner.

So on the 24th of November, we headed out on an excursion to learn more about the early settlers of zion and visited the Pipe Spring National Park. The Pipe Spring National park had a small indoor museum with stories of the Mormans who came to live there and why.

This drying rack was

Stuffed mushrooms were made with portabella mushrooms, a pound of Italian sausage, a quarter cup of parmesan cheese, half of a block of cream cheese, a quarter cup of parsley, two tablespoons of chives, and salt and pepper, as well as one egg.

1) I cleaned the mushrooms and took out the stems. 2) Chop up the stem and put them in the sausage with cream cheese and the rest of the ingredients. 3) once everything is mixed together stuff the portabella’s and cook at 400° for about 35 minutes.

For the cranberry sauce, we used two bags of ocean spray fresh cranberries. We used the recipe on the bag but for the liquid, we used half orange juice and the rest water. She added some nutmeg, cinnamon, and cloves to add a little extra flavor.

There is so much to learn and write about but this post I needed to keep it simple. I hope that you all are enjoying your weekend. Thank you for reading or just looking at the pictures. Don’t forget to like or comment below.

By Fulltiming in the US

Where to begin! I am first a mom of three; one boy and two girls. We travel around the US with my husband and homeschool on the road! last year I learned to make homemade soap and sell it for a small income.

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