A Wintery Moab Utah
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Every time I’ve been to Moab, it’s been in the dead heat of summer! Almost unbearable with the sun heating up those red rocks, and your feet. So, when the opportunity came to go to Moab during the winter time, I thought, “It’s gotta better down there than it is here!”

For the most part that were true except for it was still very cold and very windy! Life was okay so long as you weren’t hanging out in any shadows. It was a strange feeling being there in Moab grateful for the sun instead of the shade.

You almost can’t go to Moab and not take a tour through Arches National Park and hike to the very iconic Delicate Arch that can be found on half of the Utah License plates.

The best part of the hike to Delicate arch is when it finally comes into view after you make the final climb up the back side of this… mountain(?) … where it opens up into the valley where the arch appears to have taken center stage on what feels like nature’s amphitheater.

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Arches National Park

Washington D.C.

My first time to DC was so much fun! There is so much history about our country that you could spend hours and days just reading all that has been put together to commemorate our beautiful red, white, and blue! The Pentagon Memorial…

Tracy Arm Fjord

The Tracy Arm Fjord. A 4 hour scenic detour the cruise ship took before spinning around and heading back out the way it came. If you look at the map at the bottom, you’ll see that we were just about to the base a REALLY BIG glacier…

Cinque Terre – Italy

Cinque Terre in means Five Lands. There are five small towns (Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, and Riomaggiore) along the coast.

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