On the Road: The ‘Insider’ goes to Dead Horse Point State Park

Leah Lundquist and her family recently took a 10-day national (and state) park road trip and, of course, no 10-day road trip of any variety would be possible without bringing along a copy of the trusty Insider. Amid all the excitement surrounding the trip, the group managed only one photo with the Insider, but they sure did make it count. Here are Lundquist’s daughters Ella, 7, and Adeline, 4, posing with the New Food Issue in front of a canyon at Dead Horse Point State Park in Moab, Utah. We’re thankful the girls found time to take a picture, fitting it in alongside their quest to complete every park ranger program they could find. Nice shot, ladies, and thanks for bringing us with you! Courtesy of Leah Lundquist
Leah Lundquist and her family recently took a 10-day national (and state) park road trip and, of course, no 10-day road trip of any variety would be possible without bringing along a copy of the trusty Insider. Amid all the excitement surrounding the trip, the group managed only one photo with the Insider, but they sure did make it count. Here are Lundquist’s daughters Ella, 7, and Adeline, 4, posing with the New Food Issue in front of a canyon at Dead Horse Point State Park in Moab, Utah. We’re thankful the girls found time to take a picture, fitting it in alongside their quest to complete every park ranger program they could find. Nice shot, ladies, and thanks for bringing us with you! Courtesy of Leah Lundquist

Leah Lundquist and her family recently took a 10-day national (and state) park road trip and, of course, no 10-day road trip of any variety would be possible without bringing along a copy of the trusty Insider. Amid all the excitement surrounding the trip, the group managed only one photo with the Insider, but they sure did make it count. Here are Lundquist’s daughters Ella, 7, and Adeline, 4, posing with the New Food Issue in front of a canyon at Dead Horse Point State Park in Moab, Utah. We’re thankful the girls found time to take a picture, fitting it in alongside their quest to complete every park ranger program they could find. Nice shot, ladies, and thanks for bringing us with you!

Are you going somewhere exotic, exciting or just plain cool? If so, bring a copy of your favorite Insider issue with you and have a photo taken of yourself or your group holding the paper in front of something interesting. Send any photos to news@theconcordinsider.com and we’ll run them in the order in which they’re received, as space and time allow.

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