|Oquirrh Lake at the Lake Village in Daybreak, UT|
I've always joked that Daybreak was a little too "Truman Show" for me - with the perfectly planned community, and new perfect homes on tree-lined streets. And while it definitely has that feel to it, it's a beautiful community. And you can't really fault someone for making a beautiful and family-friendly community, right?
One of the things I did to get to know the area and what the Lake Village had to offer, was go kayaking on the lake. It was really fun, and if I lived here, I know I would kayak with my family at least a few times in the summer, not to mention do some paddle-boarding. And my kids would love to simply hang out on the beach and throw rocks, dip their feet in, etc. The lake would definitely get used - it wouldn't just be scenery.
|Riding around the neighborhood on our electric bikes|
And by the way, these electric bikes were SO fun. I am sold on buying one of these. Perfect for pulling the kids on the trailer up steep hills, and just super fun.
|the community pool at Daybreak|
|That's right - I slid down that slide like no one's business|
|"The Grand Porch" by Destination Homes at the Lake Village|
This series is a 4-part series, which will post every Wednesday, so check back next week for more on the home I chose to "build" and how White + Gold Design does a home in Daybreak!
|Kirsten Krason, Jennifer Stagg, Desiree Campbell, and I taking a break on the porch of one of the homes|