What better way to spend a Friday night than in Heber in a hot spring smelling deliciously (hahaha) of sulfur? Well, I can think of a few things, but this was pretty stellar. I went with Brooke and some friends from my ward. We were supposed to leave at six, but didn't get on the road until about seven; so, what do you do when you're waiting around for an hour?
Once everything was ready to go, we headed up to Heber and enjoyed an evening in sulfur water of varying degrees. It was really weird, actually. You'd get in, and the water would be ready to scorch your butt off, but your toes would be freezing. The water temperature was not at all uniform, but trying to evenly distribute the temperature and mix the hot and cold was half the fun. We stayed there for about an hour and a half and then headed home.
The drive up there is beautiful, but 10:00 at night, it's really, really dark. That was kind of weird, but we all made it home safely. When we got back into Provo, we stopped through the drive-thru at Wendy's and indulged in Frosties and other such fast food delicacies. Then we went back and watched a movie. It was fun, it was sulfury, it was Friday with friends!