The first time I saw a photo of Blue Heart Springs in Idaho, I quickly assumed the vibrant blue colors were heavily edited. There was no way that such a place could exist in Twin Falls, a town I had come to know for its expansive farmland and sagebrush covered flatlands, but Caribbean colored lagoons? No way! While living nearby in Idaho Falls, I … Read More How to Kayak to Blue Heart Springs: Idaho’s Tropical Lagoon
Odds are you’ve either been to, heard of, or seen photos of Arizona’s famous Horseshoe Bend, a sharp curve in the Colorado River that carves a horseshoe shape into massive red cliffs. Located just 10 minutes from Page, Arizona the Horseshoe Bend viewpoint that looks down over the Colorado River is wildly popular and attracts hundreds of visitors per day. But did you know … Read More How to Kayak Horseshoe Bend on the Colorado River￼
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