We pulled out of the Applegate, with the Cruise America motorhome piloted by Brian and Parker behind us. We stopped
The Home Stretch
In the morning, the sun broke over the desert floor, casting long shadows from the Organ Pipes, Saguaros, Ocotillo, and
Southern Oregon-ites and Sonoran Organ Pipes
We left Saguaro National Park and headed towards Organ Pipe National Monument, traveling South on North Sanderio Rd before merging
Here we goat again on our own!
After driving us out to pick up the newly repaired Yukon, we all gathered outside the Argosy and took a group
The beginning of the End
We left the Valley of Fire and headed toward I-15 on Valley of Fire Highway, passing quietly through the guard
🎶 Fire! Fire in the Valley 🎶
In Zion we were like lions… well maybe not really, but we did have a date with some fire in
Gonna be iron like a lion in Zion
The morning sun tried in vain to warm the cold desert air at our Dalton Wells road campsite as we
Arches de Triomphe
We left Goblin Valley with a promise to ourselves that we would return. This destination deserved more than a day’s
There be goblins!
After a short but memorable hike to Capitol Reef’s Hickman Bridge, and with plenty of daylight left, we headed back
Broke-down Sale! Great opportunity to own some Cate Battles art!
1/16/2021 Well, sometimes things don’t work out the way you think or hope. An unexpected situation has put us in a
Revisiting Mount Rainier
Leaving Leavenworth, we headed south on Highway 97 to Yakima before hanging a right towards Mt. Rainier. We were excited
North Cascades, Leavenworth, and a Few Bumps in the Road
The North Cascades have been on our wish list forever. We have travelled around Washington several times, but this area
We came, we Sawtoothed, we wandered!
When we left Grants Pass for our social distancing trip, our main destination was the Sawtooth Mountains. At long last
Salty Speedway to the Sawtooths
Leaving a favorite place is always tough. We have been so lucky to have had the opportunity to spend several
Wells is swell!
We followed my folks off the highway and down a series of gravel roads to the new property. Dad had