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Designate it, publicize it and they will come … and destroy it: Of untouchable rhetoric and the fight against overcrowded tourism at home and abroad (Well, not so much at home)…by Bill Keshlear

PART I: A latter-day David and Goliath saga The home of the Pyramid Lake (Nev.) Paiutes is pristine and spectacular. The lake is quiet, commercially primitive, other-worldly. It constantly changes color from shades of blue or gray depending upon the…

SPRINGTIME IN MOAB!

We’ve talked about the crowds in Moab and at Arches National Park recently. But where is the “empirical evidence?” Thanks to the web cameras along US 191 (courtesy of UDOT) and a web camera at the Arches NP entrance station,…