Capitol Reef National Park – Utah

Capitol Reef National Park It’s National Park Week and we are exploring a new park (to us)! Capitol Reef National Park surrounds a 100-mile-long “wrinkle in the earth” known as the Waterpocket Fold and is located in south central Utah. It is part of Utah’s Mighty 5 National Parks which also include Arches, Zion, Canyonlands, […]

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Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park Southern Utah

Coral Pink Sand Dunes

Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park in Southern Utah is a natural, 3,730 acre, beautiful “sandbox” that opened in 1963. The dunes were created by the erosion of the nearby Navajo sandstone cliffs. As a result, the sand is a unique bright orangish pink color that pops against the blue skies. There is something fun […]

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Glamping – Yellowstone National Park

Glamping Yellowstone National Park We turned off Highway 20 in West Yellowstone onto a dirt road and drove under the log archway for Bar N Ranch. We could see the canvas tents in the distance of this beautiful, secluded, wide-open space. There were pops of colorful wildflowers, horses running in the pasture and the mountains […]

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Zion National Park – Dog Friendly Trail

Zion National Park’s Dog-Friendly Trail Most National Parks are not dog-friendly and for good reason. It’s important to remember that when traveling with dogs it will be a different type of trip. We always research and get creative knowing that the trip won’t be as flexible but traveling with our dog is worth it! Learn […]

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Jackson Hole, Wyoming – Favorite Restaurants

Best Restaurants in Jackson Hole, Wyoming Driving Teton Pass towards Jackson from Idaho at sunrise is breathtaking. For the last few years, we have made it a priority to get up early and catch the sunrise at 8,432 feet. Then it’s off to Nora’s Fish Creek Inn for breakfast! Don’t miss any of the best […]

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