Meeting Up At Four Corners Monument

Natural Bridges National Monument Sipapu Bridge

Gary Wescott
February 15, 2012

If you’re traveling through the American Southwest, U.S. Highway 160 passes by an interesting point on the map. Four Corners Monument is the only place in the United States where four states (Arizona, New Mexico, Utah and Colorado) come together, and you can even stand in all four at the same time. That’s... Read more »

Discovering Bear Lake in Northern Utah

Bear Lake Utah

August 24, 2011

It was Labor Day weekend, a good time to be in northern Utah. The crisp autumn air was hinting at winter. Aspens and birch were turning the hills golden and a sweet smell of the last hay-cutting filled the valleys. We had explored Wasatch-Cache National Forest in the past, but people kept talking about... Read more »

RVers Explore Mexican Hat, Utah and Ancient Land

Mexican Hat Utah

June 1, 2010

Way down in the southeast corner of Utah sits a little town called Mexican Hat. When we saw it on the map we were intrigued. Our minds conjured up images of handsome vaqueros on horseback, beautiful folklorico dancers in swirling skirts and quiet Spanish courtyards dripping with bougainvillea. So after... Read more »

Cedar Breaks National Monument: Crimson Canyon

Cedar Breaks National Monument

October 1, 2008

The drive to Cedar Breaks National Monument along Utah Highway 148 is a beautiful jaunt through meadows and woods, but en route there is not a clue as to what you’ll be seeing at the end of the road. Ancient peoples and early explorers must have been amazed as they walked or rode through typical high-elevation... Read more »

Fallen Arch in Utah: Wall Arch

Wall Arch in Utah

September 24, 2008

Wall Arch, one of the larger arches in Arches National Park, Utah, collapsed this past August due to erosion and gravity. The arch was one of the most popular in the national park, and one of the most photographed arches seen. It was located along the extremely popular Devil’s Garden Trail. Wall... Read more »

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