Utah National Parks


We took our first real trip since getting back from France in March of 2020 – destination, southern Utah’s national parks. We visited Arches, Canyonlands, Mesa Verde, Bears Ears, Escalande, Capitol Reef, and Hovenweep in Colorado. It was an eye-opening experience.

We started with a visit to the Alaska Boardroom at SeaTac, I was a member for many years, thankfully a couple of people I knew were still working, good to see a friendly face from the past.

Here are sketches and journal pages from the trip. Be sure to check out Tricia’s photos at Travels Through My Lens.

It was so good to get out, now we are anxious for more. I hope there are travel plans in your future.

About Terry Christopherson

I sketch, I paint, I travel and eat, that is what my sites are all about.
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2 Responses to Utah National Parks

  1. Nice blog! It was such a great trip.

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  2. Shirley Riley says:

    I think the only challenge you must have faced on this trip was figuring out what NOT to sketch as Utah seems to be terming with beautiful vistas and colors—especially this time of year. Thank you for sharing and taking us your American West journey!

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