I finally drove this road and it was seriously so awesome!!! I’ve had this in my “bucket list” folder in my Instagram bookmarks for forever.
This is the Shafer Canyon Trail in Canyonlands NP.
Side note: right now is the PERFECT time to visit Moab. Crowds are down at the parks and the weather is perfect for hiking and exploring. Do yourself a favor and add this to your own “bucket list” folder.
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Salt Lake City Sunsets... so good.
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When you want to take a bath & have to find the furthest 🛁 tub, in the middle of nowhere - so your kids can’t find you...cuz you know once they do - they will hop in & take over your quiet time by pouring water 💦 over your head, blowing bubbles 🧼 & peeing in the water 🙈 @rieske_design
This Throwback Thursday brought to you by Mother Nature’s graceful transitions.
2312 hours ago
I thought i would give you a glimpse of this extraordinary place, hoping one day we can come back here and explore properly to get those really stunning shots from the extreme hikes...We only had a few hours here as we were rushing trying to catch up the time we lost with some technical difficulties... when you’re on the road anything can happen. It depends on how quickly you adapt to the circumstances and still manage to enjoy the surroundings. 🌵
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No filter on this shot. This canyon wall in the Narrows at Zion NP shimmered a splendid gold. Walking in the cold water up to my waist was the best experience even in winter. #zionnationalpark#utahrocks#zion#thenarrows
14013 hours ago
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The Fremont Indians were very artistic people. We found tons of petroglyphs throughout 9 Mile Canyon. I bet it’s tough to see during the summer because there’s not much parking. But we pretty much had the canyon to ourselves. So cool!
I give this place a lot of crap. And I mean a TON of crap. I spent most of the last two years just scheming about ways to get out of Utah as fast as I could. I just couldn't get past the toxic culture and rude people. Granted, I probably wasn’t helping anyone by hanging my middle finger out my window so much 😒
I can't say that I don't want to leave because I don’t know if I can every truly call Utah home but at least now I can admit there are so many FREAKING amazing things about this state. I mean the culture is still insane but the mountains will always have a place in my heart and that’s good enough for now ⛰
But don’t kid yourself, when the time is right, I’ll have that U-Haul packed faster than you can say “fry sauce”
27217 hours ago
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