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!
Entering the panhandle of Texas, there is an unbroken horizon. The prairies and plains are dotted with cattle, a few … Continue reading Plains, prairies and Palo Duro
Heading east from Durango, Colorado, we took back roads through and around the San Juan Mountains (part of the Rockies) … Continue reading Route 66 Redux
We zig-zagged from California through Nevada and headed back to Arizona. Outside of the small town of Page is the … Continue reading Can ya believe these canyons?
A journey from the world’s largest tree at 7,000 feet and the highest point in the continental US (Mt. Whitney) … Continue reading Love and Death Valley
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