Hot Springs is both a city and a National Park in Arkansas. The town is bustling with tourists visiting the … Continue reading Visiting Springs In Spring
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
The backroads to Guadalupe National Park took us through the small town of Valentine, Texas. There is not much to … Continue reading On the road to Guadalupe National Park
Big Bend National Park, at the 90-degree bend of the Rio Grande along the Tex-Mex border, is remarkable. It has … Continue reading Big Bend and beyond beautiful
The Lakota, for centuries, have called this area of South Dakota “mako sica” which translates to ‘land bad’. There are … Continue reading Badlands; not so bad
The hype is worthy; Yellowstone is an incredible place to see. This first of the US National Parks is a … Continue reading Yellowstone: King of all Parks
Canyonlands is the fifth Utah park we visited in our Mighty Five National Park series. (High five, we did it). … Continue reading Canyonlands; you can call them Baby Grands
Arches National Park is filled with the world’s largest collection of natural stone arches (more than 2,000) along with fins, … Continue reading Better than The Golden Arches…
After a final couple of hikes at Bryce, including a view from above at Inspiration Point and a cool hike on … Continue reading Capitol Reef, not The Great Barrier!
Bryce Canyon, the second stop on our Mighty Five adventure is not a true canyon, it is actually the eastern … Continue reading Hoodoo…We do!