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Where Do The Butterflies Go After Summer Is Over?

As Summer moves into autumn this month, (September 23), a few types of butterflies migrate, but most are permanent residents. Interestingly enough, they don’t go anywhere. When you don’t see adult butterflies on the wing, it just means they’re going through another life stage: egg, larva (caterpillar) and pupa.  Butterfly eggs are pinhead-sized and hard […]

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Adventures in Geocaching!

Treasure is the stuff of legends, and hunts for treasure are the stuff of adventure and discovery.  In Pagosa Springs Country, there is the legend of Treasure Mountain—millions in gold were supposedly buried by 300 Frenchmen under the rocks of the San Juan Mountains. Only one man allegedly made it back to France, with a […]

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Have an artful encounter in Kayenta, Utah

by Melissa Fields- Sunset Magazine Why go in spring: This artsy desert community in Utah’s red rock country is in bloom. Where it is: Within the town of Ivins, 7 miles northwest of St. George. Average March temp: 67° Dress code: Sandals, shorts, and a hat to ward off the sun. Pack a fleece jacket […]

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Southern Utah National Parks Pass Available

Southern Utah National Parks Pass Available

Delicate Arch in Arches National Park. Tom Smart, Deseret News ARCHES NATIONAL PARK — The 2014 Southeast Utah Group Annual Pass is now available for purchase for $25 for Arches and Canyonlands national parks and Hovenweep and Natural Bridges national monuments. Frequent visitors to the national parks of the Southeast Utah Group have the opportunity […]

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Magazine Survey Gives Utah Ski Resorts High Marks

If you love to ski whether it is down hill or cross-country, then read on….. SKI » Readers place three Park City areas in the top 10. By Tom Wharton,  The Salt Lake Tribune Some 20,000 SKI magazine readers have given Utah’s ski resorts high marks for the publication’s 2014 Reader Resort Survey for western […]

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