The Grand Tetons – Fairy Tale at the Morning Hour

It’s really not exaggerated to compare the view of the Grand Tetons with a fairy tale. Everything just matched together. On that day we started very early from Jackson, Wyoming towards the Yellowstone National Park. Jackson itself was still covered in a dense fog, but we hoped that this would…

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The Arches National Park – red rocks for one last time

Unbelievable, how fast time is running. Of course, I’m a little bit delayed here, as I’m already back in Canada for a couple of days, but I still wanna report about the rest of our journey, too. The last time we went into the desert was in the Arches National…

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Dead Horse Point and Canyonlands – two parks at the abyss

By the time we arrived at the famous town Moab, which is widely known for the two National Parks Arches and Canyonlands and for the Dead Horse Point State Park. So many fascinating phenomenons so close to each other really are something special. Today I wanna thematize the Dead Horse…

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The goblin Valley State Park – guessing figures

The way from the Natural Bridges National Monument to the Goblin Valley State Park was a scenic route like in a storybook. Therefore, the following gallery contains pictures from the way to, and from the Goblin Valley State Park itself. This one lays far away from any civilization. It characterizes…

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The Natural Bridges National Monument

Not far from Bluff, where we spent the night in a very lovely guesthouse and had a great dinner the night before, lays the Natural Bridges National Monument. The park is characterized by three large rock arches, that all lay in a canyon, that tracks through the desert for many…

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The Valley of the Gods – Off-Road fun in the desert of Utah

The same day we visited the Monument Valley we had two more attractions on our travel schedule. A short stop in the Goosenecks State Park and the Valley of the Gods. Both places didn’t lay far apart from each other and were also mostly on the way to Bluff, where…

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The Monument Valley – In the land if the Indians 

The Monument Valley, well known from several movies, was the next stop on our journey. Around noon we arrived there and drove towards the red colossuses that rose out of the desert landscape. First, we didn’t plan to drive into the valley, as it was land owned by Indians and…

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Colorado River – From the Grand Canyon to the Lake Powell

Alright, now I have something to read again and not only a slideshow. Those are also only one and a half days that I’m describing here, but we just experience so much in such a short time. As I needed another oil change yet we settled that one out in…

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Sedona – Fun at the Oak Creek

Attention, attention! Here follows a compilation of photos of kitsch in Sedona, contagious fun at the Slide Rock State Park and calm relaxation at the campfire on the Manzanita Campground. The less stressful day was very relieving to us on our packed road trip schedule.          …

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Sonoran Desert – the land of the Saguaros

Next stop, next desert. After we granted ourselves a great Mexican Dinner on our arrival day and spent the night in our air-conditioned hotel, we made our way to the Saguaro National Park. That one is the home of the biggest Saguaro Cacti of the Sonoran Desert, which extends over…

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