The Heart of the Monument

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Deep in the heart of our 20-year old national monument, Grand Staircase-Escalante, sits a lone arch. Surrounded by sage, hidden from view, with no trail leading to it, and no sign pointing the way, Sunset Arch seems to hover above … Continued

Tavaputs, Duke & I

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TAVAPUTS – Part I John and Duke attended a secret society’s outing billed as PROTEST AN OIL WANNABE PRODUCT THAT COSTS MUCH MORE TO MINE THAN THE SELLING PRICE; WHOSE BYPRODUCTS ARE TOXIC WATER AND MINE TAILINGS CAMP. The campsite, … Continued

Duke and the Boys

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LIME CANYON Jay, John and Duke have enjoyed many great adventures together exploring southern Utah’s canyon country. While they can backpack for extended trips, their expertise is escaping down a desert road for quality solitude with a few luxuries from … Continued

Berkley: Lost and Found

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In the morning we drove towards Robbers Roost. Berkley seemed thirsty but otherwise in good spirits after a second period of extended vehicle confinement. As per my custom, I showed Berkley a good faith gesture after the long drive as … Continued