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Conquest of Mount Olympus.

Why is it that after a grueling 4,000 foot vertical climb, Cindy looks like she’s just having a leisurely picnic browsing a few messages on her iPhone while I’m flat on my back. Although not before Liz and I took … Continue reading

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Aaron, You’re a Wild One.

Aaron made this video of his various adventures in his life. He’s very adventurous and the video is pretty cool.

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Cedar Breaks National Monument.

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Albion Basin Hike – Wildflowers Gone Wild!

Albion Basin Brighton from Sunset Peak Catherine’s Pass and Sunset Peak Click here to see more of the hike and a wildflower bazaar!

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Valentines Day – 2011

Since I’ve recently had some experience making slideshow videos for a wedding and an Eagle Court of Honor, I decided to make one for Cindy for Valentines Day. It was a smashing success. She cried and hugged me after watching … Continue reading

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Southern Italy Countryside Photos

On our recent short stay in southern Italy, I tried to take a few photos while exploring on my daily walks. Pulsano is peaceful and beautiful with abundant olive orchards and vineyards. I added in a few Mediterranean sunset photos … Continue reading

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Arches National Park

        Landscape Arch – Longest in the World               Delicate Arch Last week, Cindy, Aaron and I took a short little trip to Moab to visit iconic Delicate Arch and to see the rest of the most amazing Arches National Park. It … Continue reading

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Conquest of Lone Peak

It was a great adventure for my brother Dave and I. Lone Peak is far and away the most spectacular climb of all of the Wasatch peaks. All it took was 16 hours, a 6,000 ft. climb over 6 miles, … Continue reading

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Who taught my dog how to swim?

I want to know how dogs naturally know how to swim.

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Granddaddy Lake Basin – Uintah Mountains

Wendy, David and I hiked into the Grandaddy Lake Basin in the High Uintahs this month for a quick day hike. It was beautiful weather with perfectly clear and impossibly blue skies. Stone Face and Castle Rock

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