The Blue Ridge Parkway always provides incredible views both up close and on the horizon. Over a few short miles … Continue reading Overlooks and steep curves lead to Black Mountain and Asheville
Sequoia National Park was established as the second National Park in 1890, but it was the first park formed to … Continue reading Feeling small in a giant forest
Santa Monica offers a combination of ocean and mountain views that are joyful and inviting. The sensational weather is an … Continue reading Sunshine and Smiles in Santa Monica
The southwest corner of Arizona borders both California and Mexico. Before crossing into California, we stopped for a brief visit … Continue reading Sun Diego: Phó Geddaboudit!
The saguaro cacti (pronounced suh-war-oh) are a common symbol and a ubiquitous presence in the Sonora desert landscape. There are … Continue reading Saguaro National Park
A vacation from a vacation, we arrived in the southern Phoenix suburb of Gilbert, Arizona, taking a few days to … Continue reading Giddy in Gilbert, Arizona
Just south of Flagstaff and the Grand Canyon, sitting at the bottom of Oak Creek Canyon, is the vibrant town … Continue reading State Of Sedona