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
Yes, that is the license plate motto in Oklahoma. We visited to the National Weather Center in Norman. It is … Continue reading Oklahoma is OK!
Straddling Arizona and Utah in the Navajo Nation can be a challenge in time management. Arizona does not use Daylight … Continue reading 3 States x 2 Parks = 1 Great Day
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
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