Tuesday, April 6, 2010

A Little Work and a Lot of Play...

The last two weeks in March Justin worked in Blanding, UT (Montezuma Creek), on an Indian Reservation, doing some dental work for the people in that area. In between the two weeks that he worked, he spent 4 days with a High School friend, Adam Provance, hiking all over southeastern Utah. They hiked Hoveenweep Indian Ruins, Sand Canyon, Coal Mine Canyon, Canyonlands, Natural Bridges, Arches, Dead Horse Point, Goosenecks, and The Mexican Hat. They hiked over 20 miles, saw some of the world's most beautiful scenery, and had a great time.

The kids and I could have gone down with him, but from the looks of these pictures it is probably a good thing we didn't try these hikes with the kids in tow...

Dead Horse Point

Dead Horse Point



Coal Mine Canyon

Delicate Arch

1 comment:

Krystal said...

Wow that is beautiful! Looks like good times. Cody would of been in heaven. I would say the kids would of made it a little harder to hike. Glad you stayed home and let Daddy just enjoy all the fun!