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Halls Creek Narrows via “airport route” (Capitol Reef National Park, UT)

Hundreds of thousands flock to southwestern Utah’s Zion National Park each year to witness the famed Zion Narrows, where the majestic Virgin River has sculpted a 16-mile stretch of cavernous bends and twists seemingly unique in their beauty. Midway across … Continue reading

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Welcome to “Live Let and Hike”!

Every once in awhile, when I am not working on my other passion (foreign affairs) or blogging at Notes on the Periphery, my heart is out West in the mountains – trekking, backpacking, sightseeing. This blog reflects that passion, dedicated to … Continue reading

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