Hot Air Balloons, Energy Vortexes and Other Arizona Stories

At dawn we found ourselves in Page, Arizona. Twice. Once in November heading North towards Zion National Park, and once in August, driving South into Sedona. Page is a place that when mentioned usually begets a raised eyebrow or a “Where?”.  While not considered to be a destination in and of itself, there are sights … Continue reading Hot Air Balloons, Energy Vortexes and Other Arizona Stories

Winning the Slottery: A Journey into Utah’s Slot Canyons

The alleyways of Europe have infinite charm; Japan’s Shibuya Crossing is a testament to the metropolises that man can build, but the American Southwest — there is not a place like it in the world. Step into a Southwestern desert and you’ll understand why Georgia O’Keeffe paintings are so barren yet so beautiful.  There’s a … Continue reading Winning the Slottery: A Journey into Utah’s Slot Canyons

Eclipse Chasing

In the last census Jay Em Wyoming’s population went down as a whopping sixteen.  118 miles Northeast of Cheyenne, in a region where cows outnumber people and the roadside is lined with tumbleweeds, you wouldn’t expect to pass thousands of cars on a Monday morning.  August 21st 2017 though, total eclipse day of the sun … Continue reading Eclipse Chasing