We had the first big fall storm hit us this past week so we decided we needed to bail and head south in hopes of escaping the storm. It's no surprise we went back down to the San Rafael Swell as it has become our favorite place to go lately to reconnect and recharge.
We couldn't resist a Sunday drive up the canyon to see the leaves as they are starting to change. The crisp, cool air paired with the colorful backdrop was the perfect day. Goodbye summer, hello fall!
Transportation can be an entertaining addition to any adventure. We have probably all heard the cliché saying “getting there is half the fun,” but it definitely rings true.
The best journeys answer questions that in the beginning you didn't even think to ask.
I find it so interesting that three people can sit side by side and come away with a difference in perspective of any particular event. We all have value and something unique to bring to one another.
I couldn’t help but think of the history of these prehistoric people who left this art on massive rock walls and what message they were trying to leave behind for others to see.
With a smirk on his face he told me tales of the Utah Raptor and informed me there were dinosaur tracks that were fossilized in the ground outside of Price, UT. When he promised to take me there on our way home from camping one weekend my inner twelve year old heart jumped for joy and couldn’t wait until I saw them in person.
To be honest, I was a little restless not knowing where we would end up that night but I was channeling my inner spirit goddess and knew this was going to be a trip I would never forget.