Driving down to Tucson was pretty easy and weather was good. The only real issue was trying to avoid all … Continue reading Tucson and Saguaro National Park
Just East of Palm Springs is Joshua Tree National Park. Everyone says they love Joshua Tree National Park and for … Continue reading Joshua Tree National Park…watch for jumping Cholla
OK, November in Anacortes was nice. We got to catch up with family and friends and repack the bearings on … Continue reading On the road again….just can’t wait to get on the road again….
After all the fall camping around the West, it almost felt odd to be back on the boat. It was … Continue reading November on the Boat…but now off again
We arrived back on the boat in Anacortes just in time for Halloween. It will be a short one month … Continue reading Home, but not for long
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