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Hiking

We're passionate about hiking and backpacking. That passion has lead us to some amazing places along the way. Wanna see? Read on...
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Once Upon a Boulder...

Once upon a time we (and a group of our Utah friends) were sitting around having coffee one fine afternoon.  Conversations whirled about and at some point, energy vortexes in Sedona were brought up.  Someone else responded with "Oh, Boulder Utah has those too" upon which yet another person said "Interesting... we should go there... like right now!"  At this point in most "normal" conversations, the group would chuckle to themselves at the absurd suggestion of travel 5 to 6 hours away at a last minute's notice.  This was no such conversation.   Read more

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Bending Reality at Old Man's Cave

It began with a soggy afternoon drive through the hills of Southeastern Ohio.  Green, thick, moist, lush and calm.  The trees... Ohio has more trees than I could have possibly imagined.  We exited the freeway and followed the winding roads of the Hocking Hills past pleasant little houses and grassy knolls as I stared out the foggy window contemplating what daily life might be like in this quiet little corner of the world.  Eventually, the twisted road guided us to our parking place just outside the entrance to Old Man's Cave.  We readied ourselves and wandered down the wooden stairs to find ourselves thrust into a magical place devoid of time and reality.   Read more

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Vagabonding in Zion National Park and The Kolob Terrace

We've spent the last 3 years living just a short drive from Zion National Park.  Before we embarked out of Utah on our grand adventure, it seemed only fitting that we spend our last bit of time in Zion.  We've had many a one-day and two-day adventure in Zion, but due to working schedule restrictions, were never able to spend much longer there.  This time we were able to spend an amazing 11 days camping, hiking, climbing, laughing, playing and experiencing Zion. Read more

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The Hike to Hellhole Falls

Every once in a great while, when the conditions are just right, an 800 foot waterfall forms at the top of Hellhole Canyon in Kayenta. These falls are so rare that they can literally stop within seconds when it stops raining. We were lucky enough to time our hike just right.   Read more
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