Sequoia National Forest and Sherman Pass

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We spent a secluded weekend at Rodeo Flats in the Sequoia National Forest, at the southern tip of the Sierra Nevadas. As a fun side trip, we took the Sherman Pass Road from Kennedy Meadow Road, down to the Kern River. The scenic road is remote, 4×4, fun, and after cresting at 9,200′, drops rather […]

Toroweap: North Rim of the Grand Canyon

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Carol and I visited Toroweap on the way home from a summer trip to Colorado. Toroweap is on the north rim of the Grand Canyon on the Arizona Strip. The road to the rim of The Canyon is 50+ miles of dirt and silt, finished off with lots of rocks the last few miles. There’s […]

Why Utah Sucks

We really like Utah – the people are awesome, the mountain biking is off-the-charts, and it has some of the best earth on show. But when it comes to beer, remember to bring your own from home or a neighboring state. You’ve been forewarned.


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