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Hiking Rim to Rim of the Grand Canyon

Grand Canyon National Park slices the Colorado Desert like a deep, open wound, the Colorado River flowing freely like a severed artery. Teetering on the South Rim, I imagined the canyon’s visitors as something akin to being medically corrupt-a throng of grunge surgeons hovering above the imposing gash.

The Things We Lug

Faced with a looming fire, Hannah takes inventory of her personal belongings.

Kayaking the Salton Sea

Since kayaking is a favorite mode of travel of mine, I was curious about exploring Salton Sea, California’s largest inland lake, which sits 228 feet below sea level in the Colorado Desert. Not dissuaded by its occasional piercing sulphuric stench, schools of dead fish, or stinging sandstorms, I drove up to its eastern shore and unloaded my gear, before paddling six miles southeast to a sparsely advertised kayak camp known as Salt Creek.

The Land of Sand Dunes and Flatbreads

Hannah Tennant-Moore finds the charm of small town life as close as Los Alamos, but that’s not before she relishes in the sands of the Guadalupe Dunes. It’s a daytrip Santa Barbara residents owe to themselves to take.


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