Cedar Breaks and Wildflowers Galore

Summer 2017 Have you heard of Cedar Breaks National Monument in Utah? Yeah....us neither. Until we were near Bryce Canyon NP and someone told us it was a MUST to visit! With its high elevation at over 10,000 ft and its short season, late May to October, it's no wonder that it's not as frequented … Continue reading Cedar Breaks and Wildflowers Galore

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Hot Air Balloons: A Dream Come True!

June 2017 I was working for the Dixie National Forest in Utah; volunteering at the Red Canyon Visitor Center mere miles from Bryce Canyon National Park. I overheard something about a hot air balloon festival. WHAT?! A hot air balloon festival in tiny town Panguitch, Utah? Then I learned that there was a Smokey Bear … Continue reading Hot Air Balloons: A Dream Come True!

The Time the Dog Took a Piggyback Ride: Lake Powell

Lake Powell. I have only zipped past it before, never stopping and taking in the vastness or beauty of the surrounding area. We wanted a place to stay en route to our destination near Bryce Canyon NP. We love to boondock/dry camp/free camp...whatever you want to call it. It normally involves quiet, wide open spaces, … Continue reading The Time the Dog Took a Piggyback Ride: Lake Powell