july 10th, 2015
There have only been a few things that my grandpa has insisted upon happening this trip, and one of those things was lunch at Tyler’s BBQ is Amarillo, TX. Both he and George made these ribs out to be the best they had ever had. Apparently, they spoke to the owner about … Read More
This was supposed to be one of the toughest hikes on our trip. 12 miles down the face of the Grand Canyon wall and back up. Many people have died on this trail, and when I asked the ranger the day before, she said it was “not recommended”. She said that if I were to … Read More
july 6th, 2015
I’m behind on my articles, so I’m gonna make this one full of pictures and quick thoughts.
Bryce is known for its abundance of “Hoodoos,” which are those tall spire like rock formations that formed as a result of wind erosion.
Life’s good when you’re eating lunch and you have … Read More
july 5th, 2015 | 1 hour ahead
No, I did not want to wade knee-deep in murky water through a canyon with a moderate chance of a flash flood, but George insisted. I mostly hate water; drowning seems like the absolute worst way to die, so the thought of a flash flood trapping me under … Read More
saturday july 4th, 2015 | 1 hour ahead
I’ve written three posts now, so I have made enough progress to look back and find themes. There seems to be one predominant one: the intersection of experiences and food. Pretty much every single post talks about what we did, and what we ate. This post shall … Read More
friday july 3rd, 2015 | 1 hr ahead
Today was the first day without long-distance car travel, so if you’re monitoring the mileage, you’ll notice, we traveled only 7 more miles. This is a road trip, and we only went 7 miles? Yes, but it was 7 miles on foot with an elevation increase of … Read More
thursday July 2nd, 2015 | 1 hr ahead
I used to think that I would be fine living without internet. In fact, this time last year, I was in Yosemite, backpacking for 3 days. The internet was sparse, and I had no qualms. But this year is different. This year, I’m traveling, but I’m also … Read More