Monthly Archive: September, 2017

Hitting Up My Favorite Hike in Utah

Ashdown Gorge is my favorite hike in Utah. It also happens to be Tom and Terry’s favorite and was thus on our must-do list while we were visiting. Though we were eager to… Continue reading

A Stormy Hike in the Twisted Forest Followed by Brews and Blues at Brianhead Ski Resort

I admit to being a bit bummed that we’d be missing the Oktoberfest at Brianhead this year so I was excited when our friend Lori told us that our time in Utah would… Continue reading

Overlooks and Forest: Hiking the Virgin River Rim Trail

In the market for another relatively flat (= less than 1,000 feet in elevation gain) hike, I suggested Tom and I hike one of the prettier sections of the Virgin River Rim Trail… Continue reading

Meadow Magic: Mushrooms, Strawberries, and Brook Trout in the Fishlakes

Terry, who spends a good amount of time camping in the Fishlakes every year, was eager to show us a meadow he’d come upon last year. Unfortunately mid-September snows last fall had closed… Continue reading

Acclimation on the Lower Blowhard Trail

As I mentioned in my last post, I was really excited to do some hiking while we were back in Utah. The only problem was that we’d been doing a lot more time… Continue reading

Brief Stop at Mesa Falls and Terry’s Garden Treasures

While we had been building in Rexburg we drove out to Mesa Falls on our weekend off. Originally we planned on a hike or two in the Caribou-Targhee National Forest but the consecutive… Continue reading

Building with Idaho Falls Area Habitat for Humanity in Rexburg

Immediately after finishing our build session in Libby we headed 500 miles south to Rexburg, Idaho to begin our 2 weeks there. Located 30 miles north of Idaho Falls in the Upper Snake… Continue reading