Archive for 'September,2011'
Keith Watts of Earth Tours took us around for the day in the Grand Teton National Park. We were already overly grateful to him because he suggested that we stay at Atherton Creek campground in the [...]
Ever wonder about all of the homeless that flock to San Diego? The St. Vincent de Paul Village feeds, shelters and teaches the homeless how to get back on their feet. [...]
Atherton Creek Campground in the Teton National Forest is a gem in the rough. The ride out on Gros Ventre Road is a rough one, but believe me, keep driving. Once you arrive, the world opens [...]
We set off toward Jackson, WY from Evanston, WY and didn’t know where we were going to land. Kenny had been putting in most of the driving hours, so I got myself ready and prepared to [...]
We woke up bright and early on Sunday morning to set off to see the Tabernacle Choir in Temple Square, Salt Lake City. Kenny and I are both enthralled by the Mormon religion for our own [...]
We visited Temple Square to learn, listen and question. There are things that have always perplexed me about the religion and today was the day to learn more. First of all, the story itself and the principles of [...]
Labor Day landed us in Midway, UT in the Wasatch Mountain State Park. With nothing planned, we learned that the annual Soldier Hollow Classic – Sheepdog Trial Championship was in town. Well, neither one of us [...]