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May 31, 2011

National Parks: Mesa Verde


Landscape along US 191 south of Moab Utah

Mesa Verde is a different type of National Park.  Most of United States’ National Parks feature pristine slices of the natural world; Mesa Verde (more…)

May 15, 2011

Mountain biking meets the Road Runner

Filed under: MTB Travel, Photography, Southern Utah, Travel — anotherheader @ 6:27 am

Dr. Surly Peach has shared his version of our Southwest mountain biking extravaganza.  Somehow it seems that even Wile E. Coyote wouldn’t take this line.  As we have all seen, Mr. Coyote is gravity challenged.  But you never know.

May 13, 2011

Grand Junction: Butterknife

Filed under: MTB Travel, Travel — anotherheader @ 7:19 am

“What about this trail ‘Butterknife’,” I asked the insistently helpful shop guy at Over the Edge Sports in Fruita.  In my hand was a blue flyer with a (more…)

May 10, 2011

Fruita: Kessel Run in the Infrared


Gigi digs Kessel Run (all pictures are color infrared)

Gigi needs to run.  Being cooped up in the truck and trailer is as trying for a young pooch as it is for humans.  We’d like to take Gigi out on the trail (more…)

Moab to Fruita: Scenic Highway 128

Filed under: Infrared, MTB Travel, Photography, Southwest United States, Travel, United States — anotherheader @ 12:05 am

Utah has more than its fair share of scenic roads.  We’re not talking marginally scenic, either.  Breathtaking is the rule.  And so it is with Utah 128, the “back way” from Moab to Fruita Colorado.

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May 9, 2011

Moab: Sovereign Singletrack

Filed under: MTB Travel, Southern Utah, Southwest United States, Travel, United States — anotherheader @ 11:24 pm

Our ride started simply enough.  With Patty, Becky, and Reba the Trail Dog, we headed out to ride Moab’s Sovereign Singletrack.  The plan was (more…)

National Parks: Canyonlands

Filed under: National Parks, Photography, Southwest United States, The List, Travel, United States — anotherheader @ 5:07 pm

As many times as we’ve been to Moab and the adjacent Arches National Park we’ve never ventured into Canyonlands National Park.  It’s hard to (more…)

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