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Capitol Reef

The Mighty Five are Utah’s triumphant quintet of National Parks, and I’m excited to have finally been to them all! Arches, Canyonlands, Bryce and Zion shout with blazing colors and wild rock formations. 341 more words

Hiking

Uinta-Wasatch-Cache II

This is my last post about our Uinta-Wasatch-Cache trip.

Some of Aspen, Gambel Oak and Maple trees started turning red and yellow early in September. Scenic canyon roads that run through Wasatch and Uinta mountains repeat the U-shape of the glacial-carved canyons characteristic for Wasatch range. 524 more words

Photography

Kym's Birthday Month

October 2016

Being on the road has been different. We were used to our routine and comfort of Los Angeles. We knew what to do or where to go if we needed anything. 1,536 more words

Attractions

Travelogue: Zion National Park, Utah [Part 2] (Sept 2016)

Observation Point. Take the shuttle to the Weeping Rock stop.

If you’re short on time and deciding between Observation Point or Angel’s Landing, I’d pick the latter. 269 more words

Travel

Desert Abundance

Over Thanksgiving break, Matt and I visited Zion, Canyonlands, and Arches National Parks in Utah as well as Antelope Canyon on the Navajo Reservation outside Page, Arizona, and Horseshoe Bend (of the Colorado River) there too. 2,016 more words

Thoughts

FLDS member to take plea deal in food stamp fraud case

SALT LAKE CITY — At least one member of the Fundamentalist LDS Church accused in a massive food stamp fraud and money laundering scheme will take a plea deal, his attorney confirmed to FOX 13. 450 more words

News

LS: Poems Book NOW AVAILABLE on Amazon

Thank you to everyone who has been following and reading my poems! I started this blog five years ago, not knowing how to write a poem and with the intention of writing song lyrics instead. 60 more words

Poetry