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Edge of the Rim

I’ve always been told that you don’t see Zion until you see it from the top.

One of the lesser known or used trails is the Deer Trap Mountain Trail. 12 more words


Photography 101: Edge

Another snowy day, 3 inches of accumulation! So back to the archives. Based on¬†Joanne’s post on My Life Lived Full I pulled out two pictures from hiking trips. 80 more words

Photo Challenges

Gratitude and the Grass River

That’s the Grass River at the end of October. I don’t get over there very often, but I am immensely grateful that it’s there. It’s one of the many, many natural places in which I am happiest. 293 more words


Waiheke Island, NZ

Last week my partner and I left the city of Auckland and took the short journey by boat to Waiheke Island, located in the Hauraki Gulf, New Zealand. 449 more words


Backpack Review: the Osprey Ariel Women's 65 Litre

Travelling the world is a fantastic dream, and many people share it. But what I bet is not a part of anyone’s imaginings of their ideal travel plans, is ending up with sore aching shoulders, or worse, a bad back. 1,731 more words

Travel Advice

Russell Cave National Monument

Russell Cave is a perfect stopping point for those in the Atlanta area or anyone traveling on highway 24. Two and a half hours northwest of Atlanta or twenty minutes south of highway 24 near Pittsburgh, Tennessee is Russell Cave National Monument that is not only a cave, but a museum, hiking excursion, and Native American site, as well as another place to get your National Park passport stamped. 113 more words