Carol and I traveled over the Burr Trail in Utah, a 70 mile dirt road which runs between Bullfrog on the shore of Lake Powell, to the town of Boulder. We started by taking a ferry across Lake Powell, from Hall Crossing to the Bullfrog Marina.
Carol and I were lucky enough to spend a few days hiking and wandering around Saguaro National Park, a park bisected by Tucson. The weather was great, but it was later in the season, so most of the tourists and snowbirds had retreated. After exploring the park, we headed south and visited the Mission San […]
We headed to the desert to celebrate President’s Day weekend. Our venue was near the east end of the Bradshaw Trail, four miles west of Wiley Well, and 12 miles south of Interstate 10, in southeastern California. Two state prisons are located behind our camp site, over the Little Chuckwalla Mountains.
Beartooth Highway is a 68-mile section of US Highway 212, running from Red Lodge, Montana, into northwest Wyoming. The road is a series of steep zigzags and switchbacks along the Montana-Wyoming border, topping out at Beartooth Pass (10,947′). A spectacular excursion which has been dubbed “the most beautiful drive in America.”
A recent visit to the Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve. Or do what we do: enjoy the poppies from outside the park, thus avoiding fees and tourists (the poppies aren’t so good at staying within a fenced area). Besides, aren’t free-range poppies a better way to go? From a bloom-perspective, this year was only considered […]
It’s spring and the weather is warming – the only sane thing to do is head south to Gonzaga Bay in Baja for a long weekend. Carol and I went with KT and Steve and Cece and Maddy and Ali and we all had a great time playing in the water and exploring the desert. […]