Kolob Plateau Scenic Drive

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While Keith and I are on motorhome trips we have to balance our time with physical activities like hiking and biking with non-physical activities like jeep drives and sightseeing. The non-physical activities typically lend themselves to weeknight activities for us. Keith works all day so planning our time efficiently is quite important. The longer hikes and excursions end up being …

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Salt Lake City at Christmas

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Keith and I moved just south of Salt Lake City, Utah three and a half years ago so this is our fourth Christmas here.  Since all of our family lives in Indiana, we’ve had to create new traditions. A new tradition is skiing on Christmas Day and then we try to fill the surrounding time with fun holiday activities. I …

Kanarraville Falls

Kanarraville Falls Hike

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Kanarraville Falls was for years one of Utah’s best kept secrets, according to locals. Over the past 15 years, this hike has exploded with interest and caused the town of Kanarraville quite a lot of trouble. You can read more about that here –  Kanarraville Falls: Best Kept Secret Becomes Nightmare. Since moving to Utah, we’ve learned time and time …

Zion National Park for the First Time

Visiting Zion National Park for the First Time

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Last week I wrote about the crowds and visitor responsibility at Zion.  If you missed that post, check it out here: Zion National Park- Crowds and Visitor Responsibility While visiting Zion National Park for the first time, I was pleased with the importance Zion places on preservation of the park through educating visitors to be responsible for themselves while enjoying the …

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A Little Peek Into Our Thoughts On Money

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I get this question pretty often.  It’s really not any different than how anyone else has money for certain things.  We just choose to put the majority of our disposable income towards travel. By basically being debt-free and choosing to save for travel, we have a rather large “vacation” budget.  It’s been a combination of calculated decisions that have gotten …