Note: This post was written 09.16.20
‘Why Work and Go to School From Home When You Can Do It From—Anywhere?’ – AFAR, September 2020
After the coronavirus pandemic forced many of us to log into meetings and classes remotely, these families saw it as an opportunity to transport their entire operation to new and beautiful places. Here’s how they did it.
Then we found out about this restaurant, Hell’s Backbone Grill. It came highly recommended to use from a friend. Once we started researching the restaurant, we realized we had to eat here.
Next on our itinerary was Bryce Canyon National Park which Bryson was very excited about! I started calling it Bryce Conyon to back Connor feel better! This is us in front of Bryce’s famed ‘hoodoos’. What are ‘hoodoos’? Well, I am glad you asked – “Hoodoos are pillars or towers of rock, typically between 5 and 150 feet high. Unlike a spire, which tapers from bottom to top, hoodoos have a variable, totem pole-like thickness throughout their height. The pillars of rock are typically a softer sandstone capped by a more erosion-resistant layer of rock.”
So after a very long day and wasting 2.5 hours of it for no reason, we drove six hours to The Grand Canyon. I felt that we missed a lot in Southern Utah, including Arches National Park and the Moab desert. We will try to do those parks whenever we make it back this way to see New Mexico and Colorado, but I am disappointed that we did not spend more time in Southern Utah because it really is so impressive. Like I have said before, Utah rocks!