Heading to Bear Lake, Utah soon. Love that place. I have yet to see a bear...
No complaints!! :0)
They have the best chocolate dipped raspberries! Bear Lake is known for their famous rasperberries. Honestly, I plan our vacation every year--making sure we head to Bear Lake every summer so that I don't miss out on their chocolate covered rasperberries. (Sad when you plan a vacation around chocolate--but it's THAT good!)
There is this tiny shop connected to the pizza parlor in town. IT'S WORTH A STOP. Everytime I walk inside, I've walked into chocolate heaven. I usually walk out of that shop having spent enough to fund the tiny town through the slow months of winter from my purchases of chocolate alone.
They don't put wax in their chocolate, so it melts the second you touch the chocolate. My hips and thighs protest, but I make sure my daughter takes the front seat so I can sit in back and give my love handles room to expand across the backseat.
How did this whole post turn to chocolate?
It's probably our family's favorite yearly vacation. The water is shallow--perfect for kids--and it stays shallow for at least a mile out. There's small waves, seashells, warm and great sand, it's like a mini ocean. But the perks are--it's shallow, warm, I don't have to worry about my kids getting sucked out by a freak wave only to battle a riptide and then get eaten by sharks.
Bear Lake regulars: Do you know of any great haunts or fun places to go? Is there a shop or great place to take the kids? We stay in Logan and I'm unfamilar with that city too. Any fun or great places to take the kids while in Logan?