Step into a bark-covered wigwam, visit a jail, meet farm animals, or sing a hymn in the village church. Watch spinning, broom making, and pottery demonstrations and help make butter in the historic homes. Swim in the pool, relax around a campfire, enjoy delicious homestyle food, and so much more! There are so many ways to make happy memories while having fun in the past this summer at Sauder Village.
Taking Care of Your Life
With another school year in the rearview mirror and summer fast approaching, families all across the country are eagerly anticipating a well-earned vacation. While many of them will soon embark on flights or road trips to far-flung destinations to experience entirely different cultures, activities, and scenery, others are opting to enjoy a decidedly more local experience. That is, they’re substituting a “staycation” for the traditional family getaway.
The approximately 76 million Baby Boomers have collectively had a huge impact on all American industries and consumerism, and the senior living industry is no different. The Boomer class is defined as anyone born between the years of 1946 and 1964, and an estimated 10,000 boomers are turning 65 every day!
What should you know before you head outdoors this summer for a three-mile run or walk? Any aerobic exercise in hot weather can be difficult. Keeping your body properly hydrated with the right fluids is essential to your safety and your fitness performance. Drinking enough water before you exercise and during your run will help your endurance and give you a better workout.
The world is currently accepting applications for the position of father.To qualify: You must be fully ready to accept the most important job a man can ever have. There are no days off, no pay raises and very few vacations. You will be paid in kisses within months of starting. If you can accept this payment arrangement, in lieu of pension you will receive a lifetime of happiness, adoration, and unwavering, unapologetic love.
The National Park Service celebrated its Centennial in 2016 with advertising to remind us of all the wonders available right here in the US. As part of the promotion, they waived the park entrance fees for any family with a fourth grader. Utah, in particular, piggy-backed on this opportunity to increase tourism with an ad campaign telling us that it is home to five, count them, five spectacular national parks. And the North Rim of the Grand Canyon is right on the Utah-Arizona line so you might as well do that too. The families-with-fourth-graders gambit worked so well that it is being repeated in 2017—though I am not quite clear on what is so special about fourth grade.