I like being alone. If you dropped me, enough supplies, a couple of books and my camera to a small cabin deep in the woods and came to check after a couple of months, I would be perfectly fine, slightly … Continue reading
This was a rare summer weekend. We stayed mostly* home, run some errands and relaxed. No camping, no hiking, but after over two years of getting by with a finicky apartment building wifi we finally have an internet connection of … Continue reading
For the July 4th weekend we went out to chase some waterfalls, car packed with camping gear, food and a friend, destination as far away from people as possible. Driving through Capitol Reef National Park, sleeping in the car on … Continue reading
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A couple of photos from our trip to SLC a week and a half ago. I’ve been to Salt Lake City before, but this was the first longer stay. The previous visits Salt Lake City have been pit stops for … Continue reading
Saturday after dodging the rockslide the weather had started to clear a little bit. After a quick lunch we decided to return to one of my favourite state parks I’ve ever visited, the Antelope Island. The great things about the Antelope … Continue reading
Our Saturday in Salt Lake City started rainy. We had breakfast, got ready, waited the rain to die a little and headed out to Timpanogos Cave National Monument. A short drive from Salt Lake City, being mostly inside we thought … Continue reading
Mentally preparing for colder camping nights.
Friday night last February. Text message to a friend. “Do you want to go Utah NOW?” His answer. “UMMM YEAH.” Good times.
The sunset in Antelope Island State Park in Utah made me feel dizzy. Wading into the water and looking at the world through the camera spying eye makes the fine line between the sky and the water to disappear. Every … Continue reading