Follow the Flag 2017

It Was Nice To Be Back Home

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Even though we had a more amazing trip than I ever dreamed, it was nice to be back home. Walking back into the townhouse it was so comical to me how at times the townhouse can feel a little small compared to the house we had in Indiana, but at this moment it felt HUGE compared to the motorhome. I’m …

Bluff, Utah

More Stuff about Bluff!

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How much more stuff about Bluff could there be? This is the 15th post about Bluff, Utah and there is more to share! We were busy nearly every single day while in Bluff. Here are some other places we visited or things we did that didn’t make it into a previous post. We had been in Bluff for over two …

rappelling Fry Canyon

Fry Canyon Excursion

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Before moving to Utah I had never really heard of canyoneering. I could take a good guess, but didn’t know for sure what it involved. Canyoneering is defined as traveling in canyons using a variety of outdoor techniques. This may include walking, climbing, jumping, rappelling, swimming, stemming (spider climb), etc. Sounds like an adventure to me! While exploring our options …

Amazon Products I Use Daily

Amazon Products I Use Daily

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I’m always amazed at everything you can buy on Amazon. It’s great for researching products and getting user input before buying. Amazon also typically has the best prices and with Amazon Prime you can quickly receive your purchase. Keith and I also use the Honey plug-in determine best price, track prices on future purchases and use coupon codes.  It’s simple …

House on Fire

House on Fire and Our Ten Year Anniversary

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We had seen some awesome pictures of ruins called House on Fire. The ruins have a unique rock formation above them. With proper lighting, or some effects applied, the ruins look as if they are on fire. It was Friday, June 23, 2017 and Keith’s company in Pittsburgh was moving buildings so he worked a few hours and then was …

Ski Season

Let the Ski Season Begin!

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One of the main reasons why we chose to move to Utah is for the skiing!  Keith and I have always enjoyed skiing and each learned to ski in Indiana at the local resort, Perfect North Slopes. People in Utah are often shocked to hear this, I guess it is unusual. When researching where to live, we knew we needed …

Butler Wash & Gold Mine Road

Butler Wash & Gold Mine Road

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We had been hearing about Butler Wash Ruins ever since we arrived to Bluff. This area is known for it’s short hikes to view petroglyphs and the large number of ancient ruins. Exploring this area was high on our list, but it kept getting put off for various reasons. Butler Wash was located near where we were staying so this …

Edge of Cedars Museum for Summer Solstice

Edge of Cedars Museum for Summer Solstice

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As I was planning activities for the month I realized June 20, 2017 was the summer solstice. Several of the travel books/sites listed summer solstice as an event that is highlighted at several Utah destinations. For those in the Northern Hemisphere, this marks the longest day of the year. It was recommended to visit the nearby museum on this day …