Category Archive: Utah

Our final stop in Utah – Brigham City

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Each time I return from my hot and humid country of the Philippines, I bring souvenirs with me, in the form of coughing, a lost voice and jet lag.  Thankfully, Brigham City had… Continue reading

A legacy in stone, Nine Mile Canyon – Price, UT

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Our rule is to not drive more than 200 miles in a day, and so far in our six years of travels we’ve broken it only 3 times.  But that was only because… Continue reading

Scenic drives with friends – Moab, Utah

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I am so much enjoying flipping through my Moab pictures as I write this post, reliving recent wonderful times with friends.  While there, we were grateful to be offered a ride into the… Continue reading

Now where were we? Oh yeah – Moab, UT!

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It’s been several weeks since I returned from the Philippines, and just like my previous visit I came home coughing and sick, with about a week required to deal with jet lag.  But… Continue reading

Moab, where outdoor adventures abound!

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By the time you read this, my vacation across the Pacific Ocean to my home country of the Philippines will be well underway.  My storytelling will be on hold while I’m having fun… Continue reading

Bluff, Utah the second time around, Part 2

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Bluff is a great home base for several adventures in the area, all surrounded by incredible scenery.  As I mentioned in my last post, this was our second visit here and I’d published… Continue reading

Into the Heart of the Valley of the Monuments – AZ/Utah Border

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We first saw the incredible formations in Monument Valley during our drive through the area on highway 163 a couple of years ago.  At that time I was reminded of the amazing scenery… Continue reading

Hitting Scenic Byways and Backways – Flaming Gorge, Utah

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Mellow sightseeing day trips in Flaming Gorge country is just what the doctor ordered, after our last few frenetic stops.  The home base here was at Pine Forest RV Park in Dutch John,… Continue reading

A logjam of fossils – Dinosaur National Monument, Utah

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In 1909, Earl Douglass, a paleontologist working for the Carnegie Museum in Pittsburg, PA discovered a formation layered with prehistoric plant and animal fossils.  What he found that summer day turned out to be… Continue reading

Getting caught up at Utah Lake State Park – Provo, Utah

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Continuing on our northbound route after weeks of hiking and socializing, our next destination was Provo, Utah.  We had lined up several tasks, including an annual chassis maintenance for Betsy and maintenance for the… Continue reading