Bryce Canyon National Park

What is a hoodoo? Ever heard of one? Wikipedia defines it as, “A hoodoo (also called a tent rock, fairy chimney, and earth pyramid) is a tall, thin spire of rock that protrudes from the bottom of an arid drainage basin or badland.” Located in Southern Utah among the many… Continue reading

Craters Of The Moon

Have you ever been to the moon? A vast majority of you would answer “no” to that question. Side note – if you have been to the moon, send me a pic and I will insert it into this post. For the rest of you who have not, boy oh… Continue reading


Back in July, we went to Bozeman and Three Forks, Montana. From here we wanted to drive Beartooth Byway and checkout Red Lodge, Montana. Now, from where we were (in the Bozeman and Three Forks area), the fastest way to get there was to go south at Livingston and dip… Continue reading