Oh goodness, at least things went alright there o.o I'm not that daring haha
Hmm, in Utah one of the main attractions is skiing/snowboarding during the winter. There are some cool places to explore, like national parks/monuments. Hiking trails, fishing, mountain climbing, etc.
I don't go out to do those, but that's usually what I hear people do. ^^; I'm fine with exploring the historic 25th street full of art galleries, events, and small stores. There's even a small cafe to get Boba drinks, taiyaki, and other Asian snacks.
It's interesting to watch the weather change, but not so much having to carry an umbrella on a sunny day, or bringing that heavy jacket in case it suddenly snows, despite the warm temperature. All so suspicious!
I wish I could go on a long road trip haha. It sounds like quite the adventure.
haha, I'm more into the flowery I guess. Fruit teas, not so much unless they're iced. But it could just be the brand I chose. You never know when it comes to tea~sweatdrop
Oooh how is it in Canada? I've been stuck in Utah most of my life.