With Springdale to its west and Moab to its east, both flourishing from several decades of tourist boom, Kanab still seems like a forgotten step-child - unwilling or unable to catch up.
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When I asked William James, manager for Dreamland Safari Tours, which day tour he recommended, he quickly replied, "White Pocket. It's an alien planet!"
Cedar Breaks is every bit as beautiful and engaging as its big sister, Bryce Canyon, only smaller in size.
Following a now established ritual of beginning our daily treks with coffee at The Rock Stop in Orderville, we decided to spend the next two days in and around Zion National Park.
Deciding to spend the day in Bryce Canyon, our third day will forever be known as The Day We Found Good Coffee in Utah!
The afternoon of our second day in Southern Utah was spent, again, in Arizona, hiding out from a driving rain and windstorm in Page, after stopping off at Glen Canyon Dam
Our first full day in Southern Utah found us on the road once again... to Arizona. The North Rim of the Grand Canyon to be exact.
There is an unquantifiable magic for me about the desert. Beyond the breathtaking and commanding vistas is a feeling of being in a place that is removed from everywhere else; a space that feels out of time, and one that is a shelter from the hobgoblins of life with their sharp teeth and anxious appetites.
On Saturday, October 4th, tens of thousands of participants in over 100 countries across six continents gathered to march on behalf of wildlife worldwide in an effort to raise awareness about the toll that poaching and other forms of killing are taking on many of the world’s iconic animal species.
"Knowing what we know about how chimpanzees experience the world, we believe it is wrong to use them in invasive biomedical testing. There is a compelling case for ending the use of chimpanzees in biomedical research. The United States and Gabon are the only countries left in the world still using chimpanzees in the biomedical industry." -Chimpanzee Sanctuary Northwest