We got to our campsite very late at night during our October 2017 Capitol Reef trip. As always, we were thankful for free dispersed camping. The plan the next morning was to do a few of “The Wives.” Let’s just say that didn’t happen and all we really ended up doing was a small hike and playing around in one of the slots.
One of Peter’s sisters and her family decided to do a post-4th of July trip to Teton and Yellowstone. Peter feels very strongly about Teton and we know how I feel about Yellowstone, so off we went to meet up with them.
For my 26th birthday I wanted to do something extra special. I had always thought about renting a cabin or house in a neat place just to hang out with my friends for a few days, and why wouldn’t you want to spend a wintry weekend in Bryce Canyon?
Our April trip to Arches was a quick one. We got to Moab late the night before and planned to spend the morning in Arches and the afternoon in Canyonlands.
Shortly after my fourth trip to Arches in November 2016, I got to spend just a fraction of time in Zion once again. The first time I went to Zion I was sufficiently underwhelmed. Like, I don’t think I’ve been that underwhelmed by anything in my entire life. You can read all about those feelings in my first post about Zion. But this time was better! Continue reading
In November 2016 I went to Arches a fourth time! This was an extra special trip because I got to introduce Becca to Arches and this park was playing host to my first technical canyon. Yikes.
Since October, many of the national park trips I’ve taken have been with Hannah. And for our last hurrah before she went off to grad school in London, we took a quick overnight trip to the Grand Canyon, specifically the North Rim.
Great Basin National Park is apparently one of the least visited parks and that’s a damn shame. But also it’s not because I would like to keep the beauty all to myself.