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Bryce Canyon

July 26, 2012 admin 2

Wed. morning I decided to head out to Bryce Canyon. I wanted breakfast at the Bryce Canyon lodge. Bryce Canyon Lodge is a lodge in Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah. It was built between 1924 and 1925 using local materials. Designed by architect Gilbert Stanley Underwood, the lodge is an excellent example of National Park Service Rustic design. It is the only remaining completely original structure of the lodges designed by Underwood for Bryce Canyon National Park, Zion National Park and the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. After a great breakfast in a great old dining room I took off for the 18 mile drive to check out the overlooks of Bryce Canyon. The images were shot with a Sony NEX 5N with 18 […]

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Geocaching in Red Canyon UT.

July 19, 2012 admin 0

The day started nice enough. Had a great cup of joe to start the morning. Took my pills. Walked over to my friends campsite and visited for awhile. I decided to go geocaching. I told my friend Tricia to bad she said she can’t hike. She told me she needs hiking shoes. Geez, my hikes are easy. Here are some images shot with the Sony NEX 5n showing my location to where the cache is. It was a fun hike. The cache was in a ammo can.  

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New All in One AAA Mobile App Gives Access to AAA Services to Help Keep Motorists “On the Go”

July 19, 2012 admin 0

AAA’s newest app, AAA Mobile, bundles automotive services for motorists, such as mapping and gas price comparison, as well as member-exclusive benefits including roadside assistance and discounts. Go to your apps store and get this free app for your phone to help in your travels. A great app to have.

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Wine tasting and Artists Village

July 8, 2012 admin 3

Sat afternoon my friends Ken ,Alice and I went to Santa Ana in Orange County, CA. Just about 15 miles north on the 5 Freeway from Rancho Santa Margarita. Starting off with a wine tasting at the Wine Club on the Tustin – Santa Ana border near MacFadden Ave., in which we had a tasty selection of wine to sample with some crackers and cheese to keep the palate tuned up. If you are ever in the Orange County (Orange Curtain) area stop by and sample some great tasting wines. Next we drove just down the road a piece to the downtown Artists Village area of Santa Ana. Tonight was the Art Walk. The first Saturday of the month get together. It also coincided with […]

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