Recently we stayed at a working alpaca ranch in southern Oregon! The owners, Renate and Richard Gyuro, graciously hosted us at Alpacas at Lone Ranch
Reaching a depth of nearly 2,000 feet, this is the deepest lake in the United States. This dormant caldera is also the deepest volcanic lake on earth.
Lots of friends have asked about the specific gear and supplies we’re using on the road. In answer to them and to anyone else who
Driving from California’s central coast toward the Sierras, we passed through some amazing terrain. To us, in winter this hilly cattle range east of Paso
This is a charming seaside town, complete with chichi restaurants and shops, but mostly the pounding surf of the central California coast. We visited Moonstone
Check out these fellas tussling and bellowing near San Simeon. (And these are the juveniles!) For Rachel, these were some of the strangest and most
CALIFORNIA GOVERNOR: Good news, Glenn and Rachel, I just eased our strict pandemic closures. This means your upcoming campsite reservations in Big Sur along scenic Highway 1 won’t be cancelled. Enjoy!
THE UNIVERSE: Heh.
This fella was pretty sure we’d stop paying attention to the grill long enough for him to snatch some tasty and fly off with it.
One major upside to traveling through California? Even in the time of COVID, the farmers markets are fabulous. Just look at all the bounty we
The Paiute people lived around what is now Bryce Canyon beginning around 1200AD. Today, the Bryce Canyon National Park preserves vast areas connected to Paiute