Corky on October 25th, 2012

Southern Utah is just chock a block full of gorgeous red rock and one of my favorite places to get up close and personal with it has to be Kodachrome Basin. It’s a short, scenic and easy drive from Bryce Canyon, only about 20 miles. Kodachrome Basin contains many multi-colored rock formations of red, yellow, […]

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Corky on October 23rd, 2012

Last Spring I stumbled across an article about Full Moon Nature Walks in Bryce Canyon National Park and decided that was reason enough for me to take off on another excursion. Can you say EPIC ROAD TRIP!!! I arrived a couple of┬ádays┬ábefore the full moon, so had plenty of time to explore and photograph. Below […]

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Corky on March 6th, 2012

I had a blast today driving up to Promontory, Utah to check out a piece of history that has fascinated me since I was a kid. I remember in school seeing the photo of all the people gathered for the driving of the “Golden Spike”, so even though it was cold and windy, it was […]

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Corky on January 6th, 2012

Having spent a few days in Phoenix and starting to feel a bit dazed and confused by all the strip malls and endless miles of housing tracts that all begin to look disturbingly similar, I decided to head out for a hike up Piestewa Peak. This area was recently renamed, and used to be known […]

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Corky on February 1st, 2011

One of the best things you can do on a Monday night in Portland is to head on down to Jimmy Mak’s to listen to guitarist Dan Balmer and whatever incarnation of his group is performing. Not only is the music stupendous, it’s also free. That’s right, free! No cover at Jimmy Mak’s on Monday […]

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