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    Travel Tag – Get to Know Me Better

    It’s be awhile since my last post.  Sorry, I’ve been in the process of moving and starting a new job!  Anyways, I realized my about me page is a little lacking.  For awhile I was trying to thing of way to add on it, but alas I haven’t been able to come up with anything good.  Lately, I have been reading some other travel blogs and noticed a lot of Q and A like tags being used for early posts.  I thought they looked fun and decided to give one a shot.  I found one I enjoyed on girlswanderlust.  It was translated by Tamara on this site from a dutch blog. …

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    How To Find Free Camping

    As someone who travels on a budget, I try to keep my camping expenses as low as possible.  Which it can be a little hard in the States since campsites can be pretty pricey.  Lately, campgrounds have been charging around $20 a night and sometimes I see even higher fees.  I usually try to pay only $10 dollars for a night.  But I can score even better sites by finding free ones.  I usually try to mention my finds in my travel posts.  Like this one which has a few great FREE campsites in Utah.  Believe or not, it can be pretty easy to find free camping.  Today, I would like…

  • Corona Arch: one of my favorite arches in Utah

    The Magic of Utah – My Favorite Places

    For the past two years Utah has been my home.  This state is filled with some of the most stunning public lands I have ever been to.  The red canyons are filled with wonder.  Sage brush scented deserts cover the state that are completed with pictographs and ancient ruins.  While the high alpine peeks provide breathtaking views.  The best way to put it is that Utah has this magical way about it.  Today, I would like to share some of that magic with all of you by sharing some of my favorite places in Utah.  Included are some great camping spots as well! The La Sals This mountain range is…