national parks

Bryce canyon

Travel Spotting: Five Facts About Bryce Canyon, Utah

Tweet Bryce Canyon was named after Ebenezer Bryce, a mormon who homesteaded the park in the late 1800’s. Mormons in Utah? I don’t believe it. The park isn’t actually a canyon, but rather a collection of naturally formed amphitheaters. Bryce Canyon is chock full of interesting rock formations of all shapes and sizes as a result of thousands of years of erosion. The rocks are color... »

Travel Spotting: Free Admission to All National Parks January 14-16

Travel Spotting: Free Admission to All National Parks January 14-16

Take a trip to Bryce (Gruber) National Park - it's dry, but beautiful... »

Travel Spotting: The Magic Mountain Hotel in Chile

Travel Spotting: The Magic Mountain Hotel in Chile

Tweet Every time I go to an amusement or theme park I inevitably end up thinking about how awesome it would be to live in a house that was designed to look like Greek ruins, or a fantasy castle, but was actually a functional living space. Basically my dream is to live on a movie set. While this dream may be impractical and would probably get old fairly quickly it still seems like an awesome way to... »