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Photo Essay: Nature’s Windows At Arches National Park

Over 2,000 natural sandstone arches fill Arches National Park near Moab, Utah. Active baby boomers will discover them while hiking, biking or car touring in this easy-to-explore national park. And boomer photographers will click that shutter repeatedly to capture the beauty of the arches and surrounding landscape. To photograph the most famous arch in the […]

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Saturday’s scene: Sunrise on Park Avenue

Is this really a photograph of Park Avenue? Where is the hustle bustle of shoppers crowding the busy streets? You won’t find any. That’s because this photograph wasn’t taken in New York City; it’s from Arches National Park near Moab, Utah. On a sunrise photo shoot workshop with exposure36 Photography, I peeked through the trees […]

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Flying in a Hot Air Balloon Over Bluff, Utah

When Alan and I attended the 2010 Bluff Balloon Festival in Bluff, we enjoyed a boomer trip to Utah that included our favorite activities—photography and exploring. But what we really longed to do was fly in a hot air balloon. During check-in at our accommodations, Desert Rose Inn, I mentioned to innkeeper Cindy Tumeh that […]

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Sunrise at Mesa Arch in Utah

Discovering Canyonlands National Park

Canyons, mesas, two rivers, deep gorges—boomer travelers won’t know where to look first when visiting Canyonlands National Park. Four distinct areas, Island in the Sky, Needles, Maze and the rivers, both the Colorado and the Green, provide active travel adventures combined with photographic opportunities galore.  Situated in Southeastern Utah on the high desert of the Colorado […]

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Peeking Through Nature’s Window at Arches National Park

At Arches National Park near Moab, Utah, boomer travelers will discover 2,000 sandstone arches — the world’s largest concentration of nature’s bridge-building handiwork. Paved roads lead to parking areas where 10-minute walks end at stone formations or arches with names like Balancing Rock, North and South Window or Skyline Arch. Visited at sunrise or sunset, […]

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Living green at Valley of the Gods Bed and Breakfast

Do you want to experience living green in an off-the-grid bed and breakfast? A visit to Valley of the Gods Bed and Breakfast in southeastern Utah will satisfy your curiosity. And the introduction to peace, quiet and pure relaxation will keep you coming back for more. When Alan and I stayed in the 1933-era ranch house, […]

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