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Skydive Moab

Skydive Moab: The Vicarious Spectator’s Photo Essay

During this past year my youngest son Nolan, who currently lives in Moab Utah, has been skydiving more than ever. His passion for the sport just keeps growing deeper and deeper. He's been diligently working on certifications and just invested in his own chute. So I was not surprised when he said skydiving with Ryan, his older brother by two years,… Read More
Key West Seaplane Adventure

Key West Seaplane Adventures: An Unforgettable Experience

I was overwhelmed with excitement as our pilot with Key West Seaplane Adventures led us out to board the seaplane flying us 70 miles west of Key West to our destination of Dry Tortugas National Park. I had been looking forward to this adventure for weeks and despite the unbearable heat could not wait to climb into this 10 passenger seaplane… Read More
Snapshot Saturday: Understanding Instagram Love

Snapshot Saturday: Instagram Taps of Love

This Saturday's featured snapshot is a view from the Colorado Riverway Bridge in Moab, UT. I had just rounded a corner, during my morning run, when this view literally stopped me in my tracks demanding I take notice. As I stood on the bridge looking down the Colorado River and throughout the canyon, I marveled at how so much brown… Read More
Canyonlands National Park: Utah

Canyonlands National Park: A Detour To Island In The Sky

Canyonlands National Park... you've captured my heart! My son Ryan and I just recently returned from a fun packed week in Moab, UT. Home to Cayonlands National Park and where my younger son Nolan currently calls home. Our only plans while there were to celebrate Nolan's birthday with him and see what his day-to-day life in Moab looks like. He… Read More
Snapshot Saturday Rock Climbing Hand

Snapshot Saturday: Passion

This Saturday's featured snapshot is a photograph I captured recently while watching my boys rock climbing. I took multiple pictures trying to show up close, how only the tips of their fingers are grasping such a small area of surface. Just as I snapped this shot, he lost his grip. Out of those photos I took, this particular one spoke to me… Read More