Ya’ know, sometimes you just have to grab the bull by the horns and take a detour from your planned vacation to find a little adventure. Todd and I were on our road trip to Salt Lake City and the Ogden Valley when we noticed just how close our route was to Yellowstone, one of … Continue reading
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Bryce Canyon National Park: A Sandstone Treasure
This week in Portland, Ore., flowers have been blooming, but last night we also experienced an unusual spring snow. It is this switch from freeze to thaw that helped form Bryce Canyon. Bryce’s brightly colored sandstone spires are spectacular and the reason this is my number one National Park to see before you die. I … Continue reading
Rocky Mountain National Park: You Yellow-bellied Marmot!
This park is loaded with wildlife. The Rocky Mountain National Park is one of the best and easiest to explore. It’s close to Denver, CO—about an hour northwest from the city and well worth a day trip (at least). As usual, we did not have much time to visit this park, but it is one … Continue reading
Yellowstone National Park 2006: Mother Nature’s Best Creation
Working on the SoBe Luv Bus tour had its high points, like when we planned a trip through Yellowstone National Park on a day off. Minutes after we entered the park we encountered a mother buffalo and her baby jogging in the road. We began to see the landscape change as we moved through old burned … Continue reading