The Ear Canal: Make Your Voice Heard!

Our National Monuments are under attack by a reckless regime in the United States government that sees no value beyond the bottom line. There is still time to make your voices heard. Visit this website before July 9, 2017 to leave a comment letting the government know that these designations are important for us and future... Continue Reading →

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The Subway

Hiking The Subway in Zion National Park has been something I've wanted to do ever since I saw the photos on my first visit. It always seemed impossible to plan with my spontaneous visits to the park. My previous attempts at getting a permit the day I visited had been unsuccessful, but this time Becca... Continue Reading →

UTAH!

We made our way down to Capitol Reef, Neon Canyon/Golden Cathedral, Peek-a-Boo/Spooky Canyons, and Bryce this week. We experienced quite a bit including a rattlesnake in a slot canyon, hammocking overnight for the first time, and driving on way more washboard roads than I care to remember. This video is a little recap of our... Continue Reading →

Finding Solitude

Driving the western edge of Rocky Mountain National Park at dawn was like waking up but feeling like I’m still in a dream. Everything was soft and quiet, and there were no people except the occasional other driver. Shadow Mountain Lake was a hidden surprise just as the sun was thinking about cresting the horizon... Continue Reading →

Remember Where You Come From

It’s hard to be creative when you’re comfortable. Any situation that requires some difficulty to figure out can often yield the best art in my experience. Whether it be a relationship problem or a physical challenge, being outside the comfort zone makes you think outside the box, which is inherently creative. That kind of thinking... Continue Reading →

Union Dawn

Whenever I’m up for a beautiful sunrise I start thinking I should be getting up early every day to witness the beautiful light that appears before the sun arrives. Union Lake in Millville is the perfect place to see sunsets and sunrises, and even though I live a few minutes away, I often miss them.... Continue Reading →

A Beer at Sunset

Yesterday started out rainy and very cold, but quickly changed into a gorgeous autumn day with clear skies. A couple of friends suggested going to the local brewery, Glasstown Brewing Co. For the first time since leaving the ER I left my crutches in the car and walked, albeit slowly, around the brewery and to... Continue Reading →

Travel vs. Vacation

Traveling is who I am. The first question a lot of my friends will ask when I talk to them is "Where are you now?" I'm not sure how it evolved, but I just started traveling one day and never really stopped. I've been lucky enough to find a job that facilitates my travel habit... Continue Reading →

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