Last night, I went on a frigid ride along the Jordan River Trail. My fingers and toes were cold. As I was riding, I noticed a lot of mist coming up from the river. Apart from some quacking ducks, I had the entire trial to myself.
I never knew that porcupines climb trees before until we saw a dozen of them climbing trees during our trip to Antelope Island yesterday. Perhaps this is some kind of a winter ritual?
I took the day off from work on Friday to hike up to Delicate Arch, which is one of the most famous arches in Utah. When I got there, I was surprised that the trail was rather icy. However, since other people were hiking it, I assumed that […]
Chinese Arch, located in Northern Utah, is somewhat different from the red-colored arches in Central Utah. This arch was formed by limestone left behind from ancient Lake Booneville.