Recent 2014 Summer Scrapbook Entries

Poor Man's Ansel Adams

This is actually in the town of Springfield, near Wilson's Creek. ... Read More

Slow and Steady Wins The

A half a mile should be easy right? At 16 weeks pregnant I thoug ... Read More

A Simpler Time

I am a farmer so by nature I love the outdoors. The Oconaluftee ... Read More

Ubehebe Peak

This was one off my first trip to Death Valley. I have returned m ... Read More

Finally Home for the Nigh

My partner-in-crime and I planned a 5 day trek in Grnad Canyon Na ... Read More

Olmstead Point

I have lived in California for 6 years but my parents had never c ... Read More

Castle Park

For 3 days, my girlfriend and I roamed Dinosaur National Monument ... Read More

Four on Four

This moment was special to me because it was our four year annive ... Read More

Sky on Fire

My girlfriend and I were taking a friend on his second backpackin ... Read More

Hello Moon!

My husband and I were staying at the Many Glacier Lodge in August ... Read More

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Grand Canyon, Canyonlands & Dinosaur National Monuments by River

Chances are you've seen the Grand Canyon, either in photos or actually standing along the South Rim, peering down into the indescribable abyss. Read More

Cool Side of Death Valley

With some 3.3 million acres and elevations ranging from -282 to +11,049, Death Valley National Park has plenty of cool things to do. Maybe not Arthur Fonzarelli Cool, but then again, that leather jacket takes up a lot of space in the suitcase. Read More

Yosemite National Park After Dark

Summer nights in a national park include the soft glow of the Milky Way rising over your campsite, granite peaks lit by the full moon during an evening hike, and the twinkle of stars and planets from a roadside vista point. Read More

Multiply Your Vacation Enjoyment On A Multi-Generational Trip

Have you noticed that more and more groups of travelers to America's national parks include not only parents and children, but that grandparents are often included to join in the fun? Read More

Pursuits: Go Ride a Kite

Hitch your board to a stiff breeze and skim the waves at park sites around the country. Read More