Canyonlands National Park

We completed our quest to see Utah’s Mighty Five when we visited Canyonlands National Park. The largest of Utah’s national parks encompassing 527 square miles, it’s divided into four distinct sections. Our journey took us to Island in the Sky. It’s the most visited district in the park because of its proximity to Moab. Island … Continue reading Canyonlands National Park

Sego Canyon

Our style of camping is to stay flexible and not book campsites too far in advance. We like the freedom this gives us. A case in point is when our daughter came to visit last week, we were able to make adjustments without affecting future reservations. Additionally, we sometimes meet people that recommend places we … Continue reading Sego Canyon

The Loneliest Road to Great Basin National Park

We left California. What an amazing place! There are a variety of landscapes that seemingly change with each turn in the highway. Deserts, beaches, forests, mountains, hot springs, volcanos and so much more gives nature enthusiast ample places to explore. Having nine national parks, the most of any state, there are vast spaces of undeveloped … Continue reading The Loneliest Road to Great Basin National Park