Yellowstone National Park

Established as a national park in 1872, Yellowstone was the first national park in the U.S. and arguably also first in the world. Covering over 3,471 square miles of geothermal features, forests, mountains, and grasslands – Yellowstone is home to truly unique terrain as well as diverse wildlife. While we had experienced and loved GrandContinue reading “Yellowstone National Park”

Zion National Park

Established as a national park in 1919, Zion National Park preserves 229 square miles of Utah’s vivid red rock landscape. Once nearly impossible to access due to the isolated location of the canyon, Zion is now one of the most popular national parks in the country. While often plagued by long lines of cars atContinue reading “Zion National Park”

Death Valley and Sequoia National Parks

Death Valley and Sequoia National Parks After a brief stop in Las Vegas and a night at the Luxor (fun fact, the 6th tallest Pyramid in the world) we headed out west towards California. Our wallets lighter from a night of unsuccessful gambling and our bodies lighter from constant sweating in the 105 degree heat,Continue reading “Death Valley and Sequoia National Parks”