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Name: Bradley Hopkins
Position: Warranty and Returns Specialist
Hike: Indian Trail 22nd street, Ogden Utah
Length + Difficulty: 8.4 Miles - hard
Summary: You are surrounded by beautiful views the whole time. Great if you love wildlife and wildflowers. It is not a loop hike though so park a car at the end or hike to the top then back down the way you came.
Best time: Spring-Fall
What to bring: Water, some snacks and a camera
Klymit Gear Recommendations: Day Bag
Gear: Versa Blanket
Top three features: Box at the bottom to keep you feet covered or to stuff the blanket in to turn it into a pillow, Lightweight, Packs down small
Best for: I love it for camping as well as to use it in my hammock when it starts to get chilly outside.
Name: Dutch Oven Creamy Swiss Chicken and Scallop Potatoes
4-6 Boneless, skinless chicken breast
8-10 slices of swiss cheese
½ cup of mayo
½ cup sour cream
¾ cup grated parmesan cheese
½ t salt
½ t pepper
1 t garlic powder
Heat up coals like normal to cook using a dutch oven. Mix mayo, sour cream, ½ cup of parmesan cheese, salt, pepper, and garlic powder in a bowl to create a creamy mixture. Wash, peel and slice potatoes. Wash and dry chicken breast and place in one half of dutch oven then add potatoes to the other half. Layer slices of swiss cheese over chicken and potatoes. Generously spread creamy mixture on top and add remaining parmesan cheese. Cook until done. Enjoy!