Articles by: Michael Restivo

Rock Art: Discovering Moab’s Petroglyphs

Rock Art: Discovering Moab’s Petroglyphs

After half an hour of hiking I was well out of town, flanked only by the canyon wall that borders Arches National Park. The remains of Moab’s mining past were everywhere, from the rusted railroad tracks that ran parallel to the highway, to old mining carts, now long abandoned, rusting seamlessly with the color of the desert.

by May 10, 2012 0 comments Fireside, Trails
Canyoneering In Moab Utah

Canyoneering In Moab Utah

The only sign of human habitation here was a small wooden outhouse at the edge of the lot, its face darkened and burned by years of neglect. As my companions filed out, their voices crackling with excitement, I heard only the dry desert wind whooshing through my ears.

by April 12, 2012 0 comments Fireside