Devil's Tower

Welcome to Wyoming

We don’t follow many hard and fast rules when it comes to driving days. We don’t avoid rainy weather days, we don’t always stick to the 200 mile or under rule, and we often arrive late in the day (sometimes in the dark … Continued

Colorado

One Week in Colorado

One week in Colorado is not enough. With mountains to climb, ski towns to visit, ghost towns to explore, lakes to paddle, and wildflowers to admire, how could one week ever be enough? In the past we’ve spent several months … Continued

Moab

More from Moab – Hiking, Biking & Boondocking

Moab is a busy little town. Drive down main street any given day and you’ll see sidewalks clogged with tourists, hippies, and dirt-loving, OHV driving, four-wheeling enthusiasts. Some say it’s too busy. Too much traffic, too many people competing for camping spots and … Continued

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Chesler Park Loop

Hiking the Needles: Chesler Park Loop

Over the past year or so I’ve read five or six different blog posts about a seemingly magical hike through the Needles District of Canyonlands NP called the Chesler Park Loop. The first time I was intrigued, the second time I was inspired, … Continued

Moab

Back in Moab

Almost exactly three years ago we rolled in the small town of Moab in search of arches, hikes and jaw dropping views. Over the course of nearly a month we found all that and so much more. This time around … Continued

Capital Reef

Hiking Capitol Reef

When it comes to national parks in Utah everyone always talks about Zion this and Arches that. But for some reason hardly anyone is talking about Capitol Reef. Maybe because it’s far from a major highway, and the tiny nearby town is … Continued

Bryce Canyon National Park

Do You Hoodoo?

I can’t remember the first time I saw pictures of the massive canyon full of red rock hoodoos that is Bryce Canyon National Park, but I know that is has long been on my “must visit” list. We thought about coming … Continued

Boondocking Near Zion

Boondocking Near Zion

After our week of full hook-ups at Sand Hollow State Park we decided to go back out for some more boondocking. I mean, you can only take so many long hot showers before it gets old right? Actually, our original … Continued