Heavenly Hagerman, Idaho

Many springs gush from the Snake River Canyon walls near Hagerman, Idaho.

By Hartt Wixom “Home of Thousand Springs and Abundant Wildlife” The area is known as home of “Thousand Springs.” They gush from walls of the Snake River gorge, off the valley floor and just about anywhere within sight. For this … Continued

10 Surprises (continued)

Last week I listed five of “Ten Surprises from my First RV Rental.” Here’s a quick review, followed by items 6 – 10: It’s Cost Effective Renting is Easy! It Was Like Driving a Large Family Vehicle RV’s are Surprisingly … Continued

Utah’s “Secret” Tourist Attractions

Escalante country in south-central Utah is home to many of Utah's best hidden tourist gems.

“Stone Face” is Just One of Utah’s Unknown Rock Stars” Utah’s number one “secret” tourist attraction may well be a piece of rock in the extreme northwestern corner of Duchesne County. It has no official name but along North Fork … Continued

A River Runs Through It

Montana fisherman

Montana Fly-Fishing is Tough to Beat by Hartt Wixom No region of the Lower 48 has as many top-notch trout streams as southwestern Montana. Western Colorado has several, as does northern New Mexico and central Idaho. But looking at the … Continued

10 Surprises from my First RV Rental

I’ve spent hundreds of nights in a sleeping bag. Most of these were sleeping “under the stars,” and a few dozen were inside a tent. Many of my best childhood memories involved campers and trailers. But I have never owned … Continued