Summer Bucket List Review : Part 2

Summer Bucket List Review: Part 2

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Summer Bucket ListAs we explained in our last post, Summer Bucket List Review, Keith and I were staying more local this summer with lots of visitors in Utah. This was a great opportunity to attend events and explore closer to home.  We created a bucket list and checked off lots of fun activities. HikingThere are SO MANY hikes around our …

Summer Bucket List Review

Summer Bucket List Review

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Summer Bucket ListKeith and I decided we were going to stay local this summer. There were events we wanted to attend in our hometown and summer activities that we hadn’t had the chance to do yet. We had lots of family/friends visiting or passing through Utah so this was a great opportunity to explore closer to home. Keith and I …

Moab, Utah

More in Moab

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Still More to Do in MoabI left this day open for us to decide, as a group, what we wanted to do. I had some options in mind and ultimately we decided on hiking to Delicate Arch then visiting Dead Horse State Park before heading back to our house to celebrate Fourth of July! One thing I’ve found very useful …

Arches National Park

Arches National Park and The Slickrocks

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The Whole GangMy cousin, Nancy, and her family would be meeting us at Arches National Park for a full day of exploring! We started out early to avoid the crowd and experience as much as possible together in this one day of family and friends fun! Since Renee and I have been friends forever, she knows Nancy but hadn’t seen …

The Fiery Furnace in Arches National Park

Fiery Furnace Hike

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The Fiery FurnaceThe Fiery Furnace hike is something very unique in Arches National Park. You must have a self-guided permit or ticket for a ranger led tour to enter this maze of sandstone. Tickets do sell out quickly so you do need to plan ahead for this hike. See the Arches National Park website for specific details. Check out our VideoMore …

Lexi enjoying the outdoors

More Exploring in Red Canyon

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More ExploringIt was nearing the end of our trip and we wanted to get Lexi out for another hike. There was still a short hike at Red Canyon that we hadn’t done so this was the perfect activity.  Lexi had hiked with us previously in Red Canyon and enjoyed it so much that this was a no brainer.  Check out …

Riggs Spring Loop Trail

Riggs Spring Loop Trail

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Planning for the HikeThe Riggs Spring Loop Trail would be the last big hike we would do at Bryce Canyon National Park, at least for this trip! This loop trail is 8.5 miles with a 2248 feet elevation gain. The combination of distance and elevation gain would mean a much harder hike for me and we’d be in bear country …