Posts By: Molly Dey

Mesa Verde and Southwest Colorado

  Closed due to COVID–19, Molly and Ted Dey couldn’t get an up-close visit to southwest Colorado’s Puebloan Cliff Dwellings or the Four Corners Monument where Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico and Utah meet. However, they were able to drive through Mesa Verde National Park before trekking through the mountains of Southwest Colorado, transiting the Million… Read more »

Moab, UT and Arches and Canyonland National Parks

  In many locations a 150 million year trip back in time, Moab, Utah on the Colorado Plateau is a gateway city to several national and state parks that date to the Jurassic Period. The region includes Arches National Park and its 2,000 primordial and surreal sandstone red rock formations, the largest density on earth…. Read more »

Grand Teton National Park

Trekking into alpine country, the Dey’s America the Beautiful tour during the third week of September was Wyoming’s spectacular Grand Teton National park, where the Teton Range towers to nearly 14,000 feet. Small glaciers still remain in the peaks and under the massive canopy are 310,000 acres of incredible vistas, nearly pristine wilderness and ecosystems…. Read more »

Yellowstone National Park

America the Beautiful Tour and Blog Yellowstone National Park The second leg of Armed Forces Reunions, Inc.’s America the Beautiful tour put Ted and Molly Dey atop the massive, dormant volcano that is Yellowstone National Park. Founded in 1872, the 3,500-square-mile expanse is the oldest National Park in the United States and most probably the… Read more »

Mt. Rushmore and America’s Presidents

Towering high within the Black Hills of South Dakota, the massive monument to some of our nation’s great Presidents is a mesmerizing vision.  We’ve all seen pictures of Mt. Rushmore, but not until you are standing in front of it do you realize just how magnificent it is and what a monumental task it was… Read more »