One of the Aspen groves you will cross while traversing the Lake Blanche Trail in the Twin Peaks Wilderness Area, Wasatch National Forest in Utah.
Waiting on a turkey to make a mistake and walk into this field
An area of the National Forest that recently underwent a prescribed fire to clear the understory out. The smell a week or two after was absolutely amazing.
Sundial Peak and the lakes at it’s base in the Wasatch National Forest – Twin Peaks Wilderness Area
Our horses welcomed an afternoon shower after a few days of temps in the high 90s.
This was a first for sure and yes, I did catch some fish (2 trout to be exact). Wasatch National Forest – Twin Peaks Wilderness Area
Nature is slowing taking this bridge over
I have had these boots since I was in the Marine Corps. They topped mountains in California, ran through streets in Iraq and now have helped carry me up to Lake Blanche in Utah. I will never get rid of these boots.
Wasatch National Forest – Twin Peaks Wilderness Area
Descending into Salt Lake City, Utah
From grass plain climbing up 2,500ft to a mountain peak in only few miles.
You couldn’t have asked for a better place to pitch a tent. Wasatch National Forest – Twin Lakes Wilderness Area
My wife giving one of our horses a lesson
My wife taking one of our horses for a sunset stroll on our property.
Twin Peaks Wilderness Area – Wasatch National Forest
Thankfully my wife yelled at me to come inside at the right time and our horse looked her way so I could grab this shot.
You can’t beat living out in the country when you are presented with views like this.
Probably one of my favorite photos I have ever taken
Camping in the Wasatch National Forest – Twin Peaks Wilderness Area