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Escalante Outfitters | Staycation

Hello Tiny House Movement! How many of you have seen the tiny homes? Or even know someone who's building one? I have two friends that just swapped their lovely homes for tiny houses. While I'm not sure I could live in 200 square feet, I could "camp" in these tiny cabins forever. We've teamed up with Escalante Outfitters to give you a tour of their tiny cabins. One of my absolute favorite parts of the tiny cabins is the smell. They smelled of pine and maybe just a tiny bit like my ponderosa trees that I love to smell so

Hiking Calf Creek Lower Falls

We had stopped at the Visitor Center in Escalante, to find out what hikes would be kid friendly. I was pretty disappointed to find out that all the cool slot canyons, like Peek a Boo Gulch or Spooky Slot Canyon were not exactly kid and baby friendly. There was a chance for rain, so slot canyons were basically out for the day, kids or not. Luckily, Calf Creek Lower Falls was a good option, especially in the rain! So we started Calf Creek Lower Falls in the afternoon, with a cloudy overhead (which is completely unheard of.) Usually, Calf Creek

Finding Moqui Balls in Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument

At Mile Marker 70, just outside of Escalante is a dirt road. A lovely dirt road. A dirt road that may not always be passable in rain or snow. We quickly came upon a sandy bank that stopped us in our little white Camry. My husband, being the safe one, went and walked the sand bank and looked at it from every angle. He came back and told us it was probably not passable. To say that I was disappointed was an understatement. We started the car around all the while I was complaining loudly. See, the whole reason we
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