From Tehachapi, we headed North to an Army Corp of Engineers campground on Kaweah Lake, just outside Sequoia National Park. … Continue reading Sequoia and Yosemite
One thing has become clear. Karin needs her chiropractor. All the walking in National Parks has aggravated Karin’s hip, and … Continue reading Vegas and Tehachapi
First, Zion National Park is stunning, and everyone who can should visit. Second, everyone seems to know about point number … Continue reading Zion National Park is always busy
First, lets just cover the basics. Bryce Canyon National Park in Southern Utah is stunning to see. Everyone should go. … Continue reading Bryce is Great, Unless you have Acrophobia.
We visited Capitol Reef National Park as our first big rock canyon. We had originally planned to go to Moab … Continue reading Capitol Reef National Park is really big
Snow was forecast in Jackson in few days which we took that as a sign from God that we needed … Continue reading Utah is a really nice place
Time for a change of scenery, so we hitched up, and finally waved goodbye to Henrys Lake State Park. It … Continue reading Grande Teton before the early snow
It’s hard for us to believe, but it’s been 30 years since Karin and I went to Yellowstone National Park. … Continue reading Yellowstone, In the Fall