Halls Crossing

Highway 276, Lake Powell, Utah, 84533, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lake Powell

Rain clouds changed our plans

A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Aug 19, 2014

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... 10 min hike in the cooler weather. It was just 10 mins out of town and an easy walk down mostly through sand. It's always nice to walk down to see things but it is such a shame that it means we have to go back up afterwards!! On the edge, which had no railings, it was all rock and a little scary to see how close some people go to the edge for photos or to be in photos.
This was part of the Colorado that Greg had gone rafting on 7 ...

Sportsman & qualities I applaud

A travel blog entry by chrisbaumann87 on Aug 08, 2014

Payton Manning, and his old man used to get up at 5.30 in the morning to throw the football. -- I don't know what it is about this quality. But there is something that probably was ingrained from the early morning skill set training. Have a great respect for Payton and how he leads. Thats why they call him the general. His ...

The Purpose

A travel blog entry by chrisbaumann87 on Jul 29, 2014

The purpose of life, at the easiest least complex level should be said like this. The purpose of life is to enjoy life and bring enjoyment to others.

But this doesn't really apply to all. No answer will satisfy everyone. There is way too much going on to give it a nice easy uncomplicated answer. The real answer that might be true, is that we don't matter, so there is no purpose. Because time and space are endless and the life that comes thru our universe systems doesn't have ...

Coughlin's Law

A travel blog entry by chrisbaumann87 on Jul 09, 2014



Coughlin's Laws:

"Anything else is always something better."

"The Essential Technique of Bartending: Less is more. The less you pour the more you score. The boss does better, we do better."

"Think of the customer as a hurdler thinks of a hurdle: a means to an end. We dazzle him with ice work, we baffle him with bottle work."

"There are many ways to fool a customer. The short pour. The ...

CEO Newsletter

A travel blog entry by chrisbaumann87 on May 29, 2014


CEO Newsletter


Well this is gonna come down to how well you can put everything together as one.
Every single job title belongs to you, because you don't have any money and no one likes you.


So congratulations. You are the CEO, the president, the CFO, the mayor, the nutritionist, the chef, the dishwasher, the personal trainer, the architect, the laborer, the chief of marketing, the head scout, the travel agent, sports agent, and ...