#FindYourPark Coming Down by a zugunruhe

For my last blog about the trip, here are the last nine national parks I visited.

I can't stress enough how incredible our American national parks are. I don't have the words to describe how it felt to take the short hike to Hidden Lake at Glacier and try to make sense of the unreal Bearhat Mountain or to stand a foot away from elk cows against the setting of a hot spring at dusk on an overcast day while the male was rounding up the rest of his harem in Yellowstone.  

Utah's Mighty Five surprised me in every way possible. Traveling that state from east to west and witnessing the landscape changed is something I will always recommend to any one in the area.


Hidden Lake/Bearhat Mountain

Lake McDonald


West Thumb

West Thumb

Rocky mountain


Balanced Rock

Garden of Eden

Fiery Furnaces


Capital Reef

Bryce Canyon



Hidden Canyon Trail

Hidden Canyon

Grand Canyon - North Rim

Roosevelt Tower

#FindYourPark: Going up by a zugunruhe

In honor of the National Parks service turning 99 years old in 2015, I decided to pull out all of my national parks shots to separate blogs in order to give them the company they deserve. 

America is great. The physical beauty of this nation has been so wonderfully preserved that the existence of this service is as inspiring as the landscapes it protects. It was a dream to be able to see these parks first hand.

Big bend

Theodore Roosevelt


Buffalo traffic jam

Grand Prismatic

Grand Tetons

Midnight at Lake Jackson

Wrangell-ST. Elias

Root Glacier

Kenai Fjords