Review: Saal Digital Professional Line Photobook

Through Facebook, I was invited to participate in a review of the Professional Line Photobook by Saal Digital. The process Once I received my voucher from Saal Digital, I downloaded the Saal Design Software (USA version), and created my photobook. The software is pretty easy to use, but feels limited in templates. Since I also … Continue reading Review: Saal Digital Professional Line Photobook

Utah: Sunrise in Cedar Breaks National Monument

This is our last weekend in Utah, so we decided to head to Cedar Breaks National Monument again, but for sunrise. Last time we went to Cedar Breaks, it was during our day trip excursion to Bryce Canyon. Considering the crowds are much smaller in comparison to Bryce Canyon, we thought we might have the … Continue reading Utah: Sunrise in Cedar Breaks National Monument

Utah: Update on RV generator issues

We've been kind of quiet on our generator issues since we last posted about it late last month. We worked with the local Onan certified repair shop (our generator is a Cummins Onan model) to diagnose the issue. Cummins Onan said we voided our warranty by having the mobile repair shop open up one panel … Continue reading Utah: Update on RV generator issues

Utah: Two state parks in Hurricane

There are two state parks fairly close to our RV park, even closer than Snow Canyon State Park in St. George: Sand Hollow State Park and Quail Creek State Park in Hurricane. Making use of that Utah State Parks pass I purchased, I scouted out both parks earlier this week for sunrise and sunset photo … Continue reading Utah: Two state parks in Hurricane

Utah: Sunrise at Bryce Canyon

We finally got up early enough to be at Bryce Canyon National Park at sunrise. 🙂 We arrived at the fee station at 6:10 am to show our America the Beautiful annual pass, but no one was there. Bryce Point Around 6:15 am, we parked at the half-full Bryce Point parking lot, and grabbed our … Continue reading Utah: Sunrise at Bryce Canyon

Utah: Lower Emerald Pool at Zion National Park

The good thing about being close to Zion National Park is that we can easily go for just one trail or viewpoint, and take our time instead of rushing from one shuttle bus stop to another. This is a good thing, since visiting Zion National Park in the summer months means you are dealing with … Continue reading Utah: Lower Emerald Pool at Zion National Park