The posts we are sharing here on our travel blog are on a delay with our current location; in other words, we’re behind with posting about our adventures once again! I’m writing this from Flagstaff where tomorrow we pick up Claire & Kyle from the airport to commence our rafting trip down the Colorado River […]
I had wanted to see it since I saw the movie Close Encounters of the Third Kind way back in the late 80s. Since then I have seen the film at least five other times, and a portion of it too many other times to count, and every time it came on the screen I would
Ever since returning from our short “vacation from our vacation” in L.A. to see Garrison Keillor’s last show, we have been turning it up on national park and park unit visits. We are taking advantage of the nice summer weather by spending the better part of July in the north central part of the U.S., a.k.a.
We have spent the better part of these last six months in the American Southwest, and we seem to keep criss-crossing the Four Corners region that is Utah, Colorado, Arizona, and New Mexico — there is truly so much to see here! In our many passes through this area, we have visited more than twenty different
In a previous post Laura wrote a wonderful piece about our recent visit to Canyon de Chelly National Monument. Funny that we had previously been in the area many times, had been told that we definitely needed to see this national monument by a number of people, had read up on it, looked at photos
Our travels have found us close to this national monument several times, but it always seemed like we had places to be and other destinations to see so we never quite made it to this place of magnificent beauty. Canyon de Chelly (pronounced de-SHAY) National Monument sits in the northeast corner of Arizona on the Navajo Indian
I had been wanting to visit Rainbow Bridge National Monument for a long time. It is the largest known natural bridge in the world, and from the photos I had seen of it in my national park guidebooks and on my phone app* it looked like a truly spectacular sight to behold — I had to
This is a map we have hanging up inside Charley, our RV. It shows all of the national park units, and the pink highlights show which ones we’ve been to. Can you tell what area of the country we haven’t visited yet? Well that’s about to change as we make our way back to the