#TravelTuesday: See What’s Dwelling in Bluff, Utah

by Brian & Dana Maass on August 10, 2021

Head southeast in Utah’s Four Corners region and you’ll discover a not-to-missed hidden gem dramatically perching among the sandstone cliffs. Four Corners is where the state meets Colorado and New Mexico to the East, and...

#TravelTuesday: Off the Grid, Under the Stars and over the Moon at Utah’s Glamping Canyonlands

by Brian & Dana Maass on August 3, 2021

After 2020, who’s not eager to zoom away from screens and quarantines? If you like the idea of dipping your toes into camping and the great outdoors, but feel hesitant to take the full plunge,...

#TravelTuesday: Utah’s Magical Kanab, Your Home Base for Rocking Adventures

by Brian & Dana Maass on December 15, 2020

Southern Utah and Northern Arizona are home to a world of natural wonders. From Zion National Park and Bryce National Park, to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon, and so much to see in...

#Travel Tuesday: A Monumental Road Trip From Salt Lake City, Part 2

by Brian & Dana Maass on July 20, 2021

Utah’s national monument lands tell ancient tales of our planet’s earliest land formations and inhabitants.  Traveling south and east from Salt Lake City, wind into Capitol Reef, Canyonlands and Arches National Parks, discovering a host...

#Travel Tuesday: A Monumental Road Trip From Salt Lake City, Part 1

by Brian & Dana Maass on July 6, 2021

With five of the country's top National Parks, and much more, Utah welcomes visitors to take the wheel and prepare to be awestruck. This Eastern Utah adventure encompasses several stops, beginning and ending at the...

#TravelTuesday: Road Tripping West, a Winning Jackpot of Three National Parks

by Brian & Dana Maass on November 24, 2020

One of the safest, easiest and family-friendliest ways to meet COVID-induced travel criteria of avoiding groups, seeking open spaces and finding flexible itineraries is to hit the road to our national parks. Many of America’s...

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#Music Monday: Imagine Dragons Evolve in Austin

by Brian Maass on August 13, 2018

In 2009, an unknown band played in a “Utah’s Got Talent” contest and won. Their prize was $2500 and the opportunity to be one of five bands to open for Kelly Clarkson. Imagine Dragons was...