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Zion & Bryce Canyon National Park

In October of 2016, Sasha and I jumped on a plane to what is known to Hawaii locals as the “Ninth Hawaiian Island” (better known as Sin City, or Las Vegas). And no, we weren’t after shopping, prostitutes, gambling or strip clubs. We did, however, have some of the best tacos at 10 in the morning at a place called El Dorado Cantina (which just so happened to share a space with the most popular strip club in Vegas, but that’s neither here nor there.)

What we were after was sun, hiking, and adventure, and we found it in two of Utah’s most strange and beautiful national parks: Zion and Bryce Canyon.

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