One day, hiking in the Utah wilderness I found myself in a bit of a sticky situation (The Day the Desert Tried to Kill Me). Luckily, I had basic essentials like food, water, and sun protection. There were some items, looking back, that would have come in handy. It can happen. A traveler can only have luck for so long until something goes wrong.
V-Bar-V Ranch south of Sedona, AZ hosts one of the largest, most prolific example of Beaver Creek Rock Art. The site consists of over one thousand images spread over thirteen rock panels.
Kate Swavely the Travel Scout visits Petrified Forest National Park in Holbrook, AZ. Home of the brilliant rainbow tree fossils.
Vacation time doesn't mean that you get to slack off taking care of yourself. I know that I personally fall into this trap most of the time, then I complain about the giant zit on my forehead or how I have the sniffles. Stay fly my friends!
Kolob Terrace road cuts behind Zion National Park. As you drive through the winding roads and grassy plateaus you gain about three thousand feet in fifteen minutes. At the bottom the temperature is in the 80's - hot - as you are in a desert. I finally had to stop just before the summit because my Ford... Continue Reading →
Meet the cutest little monsters at Odysea Aquarium! I would totally steal one but, I do have a ferret of my own...
Comfort Trumps Fashion What shoes you pack when you travel? Everyone wants to look hot – but I found myself wondering are the five inch hooker heels worth it in the long run or are the sensible but comfy wedges the way to go? I have had my fair share of falls and wardrobe malfunctions... Continue Reading →