Anybody needs me, I’ll be right here...amongst the cacti and the ponderosa pines and the towering walls of sandstone and the sage brush and the snakes and the coyotes and the bighorn sheep and all manner of all that makes up this truly beautiful and diverse land. This is my home.
I think walking under sandstone arches has to be one of my favorite things about the desert, especially if it's in a slot canyon. Who says you can't have your cake and eat it too? @tetonsports Mt Adventurer pack got pretty abused in these tight slots, I guess that's why they didn't name it the slot adventurer. This pack has gotten me and my (many many) essentials to some pretty rad places the last couple years. Anyone who knows me, knows my motto "better to have it and not need it, than need it and not have it." -Lonesome Dove a terrible quote to live by for backpacking 🙄 #utahtravels#Utah#Escalante
Hiking Observation Point with friends!
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I’m lucky to have found a man who instead of flowers and chocolates, takes me on adventures. Last year @creightonbaird planned a trip to southern Utah for our weekend getaway. We went to Zion last February for Valentine’s Day weekend. It was rainy, cold and cloudy. This meant we couldn’t do any of the canyons we wanted to do, we couldn’t hike the Narrows and half the hikes we wanted to because it was closed due to flash floods. Despite the change of plans (neither of us really make plans or stick to them if we do surprisingly have them) set off to explore places neither of us had been to. We found some other pretty amazing hikes. This one in particular was incredible. Almost to the top of the hike, we had climbed through the clouds and fog, and were eventually sitting above them. It was pretty damn cool sitting amongst the clouds peering off at the mountains poking through...I actually was stoked it wasn’t a clear day because honestly, this view was way better