This past week, a couple of hikers found Bill Ewasko1, missing in Joshua Tree National Park for nearly 12 years. I was delighted at this news and hope this brought his family some closure, and had some personal thoughts of my own on how we seek destinations known and unknown, and the dangers that wait.
Recently, I have been able to do something I haven’t done in some time: go hiking after work. Today, I ventured out to Santee’s Walker Preserve. While I enjoy the Winter, and it may be my favorite season, one consequence is that my office hours don’t work too well with the sun going down. For … Read more
As the high elevations are already transitioning to Winter conditions, I decided to explore many of the Utah Northern Canyons to see what I could find.
In this post, I am including 12 new images after the peak of Fall Color has passed In the Wasatch, but the crowds remain, and I seek other areas to explore.
I wanted to share more from Northern Utah as autumn has brought pleasant weather, great fall color, and a lot of travel out and about. Here are twelve more images for you to enjoy.
I am on assignment in Northern Utah, and wanted to share a week’s worth of early images.
After 2018, I swore I would never do it again, but once again, I couldn’t help much visit Joshua Tree for Christmas again.
On August 15, lightning started a devastating fire (called the Dome Fire) that burned the entirety of Mojave National Preserve’s Cima Dome.
As somebody who has been visiting Joshua Tree National Park (or at one time, Monument…) my entire life, I ponder things. One of them was the name of the Boy Scout Trail, which doesn’t match the naming convention of other places in the Park1
As many of my friends know, I have been visiting Joshua Tree National Park every Christmas for a long time. 2018 was my 13th consecutive year celebrating the Holiday in the park. Things sure have changed.