Four Corners

Arches NP

Arches National Park has over 2000 arches that were formed over the course of 100 million years, formed by erosion from ice, temperature extremes, and underground salt movement.  Besides arches, park highlights include balanced rocks, spires, pinnacles, and hoo-doos as well as signs of Puebloan and Ute peoples who left petroglyphs. After spending the day […]

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Antelope Canyon and Page Arizona

These are some of my all-time favorite pictures.  What a great setting for interesting patters, rock formations, etc.  We hiked through slot canyons to get some of these pictures. Antelope Canyon is the most-visited and most-photographed slot canyon in the American Southwest. It is located on Navajo land near Page, Arizona. Antelope Canyon includes two […]

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Great Basin NP

We drove Route 50 to get to Great Basin.  The Nevada portion crosses the center of state and was named The Loneliest Road in America by Life magazine in July 1986.  While we drove on it, we never passed another car, nor did we have any behind us.  Our trip started with an excursion to […]

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