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Southern Utah Part 5: Bryce Canyon National Park

Southern Utah Part 5: Bryce Canyon National Park

Bryce Canyon is one of the more remote national parks in southwest Utah and one of the “Big-5”.   It is nestled in the red rocks and canyons of the Paunsaugunt Plateau.  It’s not really a canyon, but a series of “amphitheaters” of eroded sandstone and hoodoos. We had heard so many wonderful things about the

Southern Utah Part 3: Kolob Canyon – Zion National Park

Southern Utah Part 3: Kolob Canyon – Zion National Park

Zion National Park has two major sections.  The northern section is built around Kolob Canyon.  It is about 20 miles north of the main entrance of the park.  It is located right off the interstate and very accessible.  Despite its ease of access, it is not heavily visited.  This was a key attraction for us,

Chasing 70s 2020 Part 9: Yellowstone & Grand Teton National Parks

Chasing 70s 2020 Part 9: Yellowstone & Grand Teton National Parks

After nine wonderful weeks in the Pacific Northwest, it was time to conclude that portion of our road trip and move inland, way inland, to one of our favorite areas in the western United States; Yellowstone and Teton NPs.  Originally our plans called for a stop-over in Leavenworth, WA and then some time in the

Arizona Staycation

Arizona Staycation

It’s October and fall is in the air.  Fall might just be our favorite season.  The temperatures are cooling down, nature is in its full color mode, and college football has started again.  Each year we always try to go someplace cool.  A location with daytime highs in the low 70s and night times in

Hiking Season Begins: Saguaro National Park East

Hiking Season Begins: Saguaro National Park East

There is an old saying here in Tucson, “if you can’t stand the 100’s, you do not deserve the 70’s”.  Well, it’s not that we can’t stand the 100’s, it’s just we prefer them sitting around a pool with a cold drink.  On the contrary, the 70’s are made for hiking, and that time of year has

History in New Jersey

History in New Jersey

After a short detour to Southern California for some work meetings, our hop-scotch trip continued as we headed east to New Jersey.  It has been over a year since we were out to see the east coast “big city” family.  In between our visits they had moved, both graduated from their master’s programs and both started