ARCHES

// Day 11: Arches The dew on the grass in the morning is the only sign of moisture in the air. We pack up our wonderfully dry tent and strike off. It is 4 hours to Moab, where both Arches and Canyonlands National Parks are – a panoramic power couple. We will start at Arches… Read More ARCHES

ROAD TO UTAH

// Day 10: Road We awake to a fun surprise: the bathroom in our loop of campsites has closed for the season and is surrounded by orange construction fencing. We make long, cold treks to the next closest bathroom, mumbling and grumbling in our half-asleep stupors and many layers of clothing. Kyle boils water for… Read More ROAD TO UTAH

YELLOWSTONE

// Day 7: Yellowstone I guess I have only ever seen pictures of sun-drenched, safari-hat wearing tourists standing around Old Faithful in the dead of summer, and imagined all of Yellowstone to be a scorched, flat, yellowed landscape. I am so wonderfully wrong. Yellowstone is bigger than some states, and sits mainly on a plateau… Read More YELLOWSTONE