Yosemite & Yellowstone: Why You Should Visit

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  Yellowstone and Yosemite National Parks Our nation’s two most visited national parks every year are Yellowstone and Yosemite. It’s easy to see why. They both exhibit magnificent scenery and natural values. Yellowstone in Wyoming was the first in 1872 … Continued

5 Lightweight RVs Perfect for Small Campsites

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Everyone loves camping, but finding the right campsite is always tricky. Especially if your destination includes any off-road sections or mountains along the way and you have a larger travel trailer, fifth-wheel, or motorhome to maneuver through the trees. One … Continued

Enterprising Locals Needn’t Go Far

Ken Johnson hooks a nice rainbow trout at Lower Enterprise Reservoir.

by Hartt Wixom Enterprise, Utah Offers Much for Outdoor Lovers There are many good reasons for us outdoor types to visit the community of Enterprise, 37 miles north of St. George. For one thing, there are Upper and Lower Enterprise … Continued

Wyoming’s Tetons are Truly GRAND!

Here is Grand Teton Peak, in all its glory, above Jackson Lake.

By Hartt Wixom Don’t Rush Past on Your Way to Yellowstone To those not familiar with the West, Wyoming’s Grand Teton Mountains stand as a spectacular pillar of splendor. You can’t pass by them (say, on the way to Yellowstone … Continued

Accessible Big Mountain Campground

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Musings of a Wheelchair Camper, Nephi, Utah The ability to go camping in a wheelchair can be quite limiting and inconvenient. Until now. I had the opportunity to take out the new HarborView travel trailer by EL Enterprises. This is … Continued

A Focus on Photography at Yellowstone

Bison are one of the easiest animals to photograph in Yellowstone. (NPS photo)

by Hartt Wixom Wildlife photographers love Yellowstone National Park for a good reason. Bison dominated the park on my last visit in late July. Several times massive bulls crowded both sides of my vehicle. I could have reached out and … Continued