Posts tagged US National Park

Bryce Canyon National Park

Say it with me now, Hoodoos! Probably the funnest word in all of geology, Hoodoos (or earth pyramids), are tall thin spires of rock that make up a majority of Bryce Canyon National Park. Just North of Zion National Park, Bryce is unlike any other park in Utah. With the largest collection of Hoodoos in the world Bryce is… Continue reading

A Weekend in Jackson, WY

After Thanksgiving Barton and I whisked away to Wyoming to saddle up to everything Jackson Hole has to offer. There are a couple of ways to get from Salt Lake City to Jackson, WY, and after talking to some friends we decided on driving the 4.5 hours straight down the middle winding between Idaho and Wyoming. The… Continue reading

A Weekend in Zion National Park

This past week we got to share our knowledge of Salt Lake City with Barton’s parents as they came to visit us for the week. For first timers in Utah we couldn’t let them leave without seeing a National Park and so we made the trek down to Zion National Park for the weekend. The 4.5… Continue reading

A Weekend in Moab

I’ll be honest, I have a tendency to be a little dramatic at times but this is not one of those.  The grandeur and beauty of Arches National park can simply not be described, and that is not an exaggeration. I am a huge fan of National Parks, I think it is my inner Leslie… Continue reading