Every day on rising, I start with the one thought I’ve had for decades: this is a glorious win; this is another day in paradise.
Because I could. Here on BLM land you can get lost. We’re close enough to civilization that we won’t – the Cibola National Wildlife Refuge
Sometimes the experience doesn’t live up to the brochure. We visited Lake Havasu City (LHC) yesterday. Home of the London Bridge, it’s also a lakefront
Of course this most popular of Utah’s national parks1 is grand and picturesque no matter how you experience it. The towering sandstone walls cleaved by
Grand Staircase – Escalante National Monument (GSENM) spans almost a million acres, half the size of Yellowstone and almost as big as Grand Canyon National
Between Moab and Capitol Reef National Park we’ve enjoyed so much this lovely state has to offer, yet we’ve barely scratched the surface. While so
Sun breaks over the eastern mesa at 7:47 am. Its spreading glow drips lighter tints down the upjutting crags and pancake mounds around us, slower
When you turn onto Utah’s Highway 95, just south of Blanding in the state’s southeast corner, the road sign warns: No services for 121 miles.
It’s easy to mock earnestness. But better not to. Certain Dinos Came from Birds The Dinosaur Museum in Blanding, Utah is earnest. Much if its
Canyonlands National Park is the opposite of Arches. Where Arches formations stick up like the fingertips and spines (and other parts) of giants, in Canyonlands