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
The color palette of southern Utah’s arid plateau is limited almost entirely to reds, oranges, browns, and beiges. Yes, there’s the huge, uninterrupted span of
A stranger approached our remote boondocking campsite, the last one before the gravel road became treacherous. Crunching her way past our shady oasis under Libbie’s
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
One day you find yourself home alone with a chance to enjoy some solitude. No work, no chores, no obligations. The day is yours. You
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
Roughly a half-million tourists mob the famous Mesa Verde ruins each year. In contrast, just a tiny fraction of that come to its lesser-known relative,
We’ve decided that you can identify some places by the predominant non-auto vehicle you see on the local roads. Horse and buggy? Nappanee, Indiana. Snowmobiles?
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