Travel Writing

Category: Travel Writing

July 21, 2011 I arrived in Cedar City early enough to enjoy a blaze of late afternoon sun on the red cliff backdrop that borders the east side of the city. I’d learned online that there were two rooms open at The Iron Gate Inn that evening. I called ahead from St. George and booked

Sept. 5, 2009 I arrived at Cottage House of Squaw Creek amidst a flurry of rustling leaves and the long shadows of a late afternoon

August 29, 2009 Weather is not always cooperative on trips, but I was in luck this past Tuesday when I headed through Yellowstone National Park

August 13, 2009 I drove north on Interstate 15, leaving the lights of Las Vegas behind and replacing them with the rich, red geology of

April 20, 2009 I took a seat in the breakfast area at Stanford Inn by the Sea, relaxing back into my chair as I looked

Feb. 23, 2009 For a girl who was fortunate, as a teen, to study in France, the hardest thing about visiting Dubois, WY, was forcing

Nov. 13, 2008 Unfortunately, there will always be a few inns and hotels across the country that have, shall we say, gone to the dogs.

Oct. 14, 2008 The Mediterranean style scenery of Santa Barbara, CA, is hardly a hidden travel secret. Fresh air, clean beaches, lush gardens, and ocean

September 18, 2008 Remembering a tip I’d been given by Dawn Wexo at The Occidental Hotel in Buffalo, WY, I slid into Nebraska with an

September 16, 2008 I blasted across central Wyoming in one day, determined to make it to Buffalo, a Wyoming town nestled against the east side

Sept. 10, 2008 Fifty miles west of Bozeman, Montana, I pulled out my scattered travel notes and found the phone number to an inn I’d