The Photo-Friendly Kodachrome Basin State Park

The bright blue sky and deep reds and oranges of this park were so inspiring to the National Geographic Society that they petitioned Kodak Film Corp to name this Utah park after the popular Kodachrome film of the time. Kodachrome Basin State Park is a small park located just past Bryce Canyon National Park, so … More The Photo-Friendly Kodachrome Basin State Park

Goblin Valley- A Hidden Gem of Geological Delight

Less than two hours from Canyonlands National Park and Arches National Park sits the vastly less popular Goblin Valley State Park, Utah. Millions of years of uneven erosion on rock layers of varying hardness caused unearthly mushroom like shapes called “hoodoos”, otherwise known as the Goblins that give this park its name! We didn’t have … More Goblin Valley- A Hidden Gem of Geological Delight