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On A Tank of Gas: Cochiti Area

On A Tank of Gas: Cochiti Area

  • This article first appeared in November 23, 2016, in The ABQ Free Press

Check out Tent Rocks and Cochiti Lake…

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Prehistoric Footsteps

In the southeastern corner of Colorado there is a place where you can walk in the footsteps of one of the largest land animals to ever roam the Earth. 168 more words


Massive and colorful cliffs at Zion National Park

Zion National Park has a lot to offer; steep cliffs, narrow canyons, great hiking trails and breathtaking viewpoints. Zion, Utah’s first national park, has two main regions: Zion Canyon (which is the main area and should definitely be part of your plans) and Kolob Canyon area (which I did not visit), both regions being reachable by different, unconnecting routes. 1,101 more words

Great Outdoors

Wandering through hoodoos at Bryce Canyon National Park

Bryce Canyon National Park apparently has the largest collection of hoodoos in the world! Hoodoos (also called fairy chimneys) are typically formed in sedimentary rock and their shapes are affected by the erosional patterns of alternating hard and softer rock layers. 842 more words

Great Outdoors

Amazing road trip in Utah

In September 2016, I visited Utah for the first time. I fell in LOVE with that state! Throughout my journey,  I was overwhelmed by the beauty of its landscapes and rock formations. 1,023 more words

Great Outdoors

2 families…

1000 miles…

witnessed wonders people cross continents to see…

road trip that isn’t solely good but it’s the best in the world!

The American southwest is one of the best road trip destinations. 1,806 more words