The Blue Planet For The Home Sweet Homers


The park lies on an underground salt bed that is basically responsible for the arches, spires, balanced rocks and eroded monoliths. Water and ice, extreme temperatures and underground salt movements are responsible for the sculptured rock scenery of Arches National Park.   The scenic drive amid the Arches National Park takes you along various unbelievably shaped rocks. With your creativity at loose, you can observe the tree ladies, petrified dunes, and many… Read More

The many layers formed from sediments deposited over hundreds of millions of years in seas, tidal flats, deserts and other ancient environments. Regional mountain- building bent, or flexed, rock layers into a huge water pocket fold. Capitol Ref National Park preserves the fold and its eroded colorful cliffs, massive domes, natural arches and twisting canyons. It is a place humans used for thousands of years, from early indigenous people to Mormon pioneers…. Read More

Bryce canyon was established in 1928 and named after Ebenezer Bryce, a cattleman who settled in the area in 1875. Situated atop the Pauntsaugunt plateau, full with pine trees, the green view end abruptly at the rim of Bryce Canyon, exposing the dramatic 8 000 foot drop-off into a spectacular beautiful, wide and colorful canyon below. Cut from layers of limestone, a relatively “soft” rock, Bryce eroded and formed the terrain as… Read More

Zion National Park is the oldest and most visited park in Utah. You can see some of the most spectacular scenery on earth.  The park consists of deep sandstone canyons with slick rock peaks, plateaus and riverside walks. The narrows define how rushing water can carve through stone, a strenuous but, I believe worthy, hike of 8hours. The emerald oases, that’s hidden in the red desert landscape.  White cliffs, pink cliffs, there… Read More