The Black Hills of South Dakota take their name from the illusion of darkness and density that the Ponderosa Pines … Continue reading Four Presidents and a General enter the Black Hills…
Custer, South Dakota is between two incredible mountain memorial sculptures and next to a state park in the Black Hills. … Continue reading Custer and Crazy Horse
Why the devil is there no apostrophe, you ask. This is an issue with many National Parks, Monuments, Mountains and … Continue reading Close encounters with Devils Tower Monument
We visited two museums in Cody; the first was in the historic downtown area and called The Dug up Gun … Continue reading Cody, Wyoming; not their first rodeo
The bright sun and the heat of July have made it to the Northwest. Fortunately, there is virtually no humidity … Continue reading Looping in Yellowstone on the way to Cody, Wyoming
When in Idaho, go to Blackfoot and visit the Potato Museum. The outside of the museum welcomes you with a … Continue reading One potato, two potato, three potato…Happy 4th!
The eastern Oregon landscape is astounding. The canyons are very deep, carved by the Snake River. There are lush verdant … Continue reading Pioneers from Hells Canyon, Oregon to the Moon Craters of Idaho
Mount St. Helens is a somewhat dormant volcano. It last erupted in 2008; more memorable was the deadly eruption in … Continue reading The Ape Caves…no monkey business
Situated in the northwest corner of Washington State, the San Juan Islands are gems that attract visitors, adventurers, salmon and … Continue reading Friday Harbor, where every day is FriYAY!