I hate conflict. Makes my insides do somersaults. My mouth gets dry. My heart races. I hate it. Always have. Which means I avoid it.
We’ve seen lots of wild critters on the road so far. Just from memory: those adorable camp-mascot kangaroo rats, stoic desert bighorn sheep deep in
One of our favorite things to do is playing games with friends and family – board games, card games, party games, road trip games, trivia
Coyote is offbeat, eccentric, one of a kind. His vision, expressed in remodeled propane tanks and repurposed car parts, is at the intersection of clutter,
Well, thar be a 100-meter desert sandwurm (who is clearly of dragon lineage). And ferocious battling dinosaurs. And a giant scorpion in deadly combat. And
So … why is this a national park? I admit. We’re jaded. After weeks in the grandeur of Colorado and Utah we’ve become spoiled to
Every day on rising, I start with the one thought I’ve had for decades: this is a glorious win; this is another day in paradise.
Because I could. Here on BLM land you can get lost. We’re close enough to civilization that we won’t – the Cibola National Wildlife Refuge
Sometimes the experience doesn’t live up to the brochure. We visited Lake Havasu City (LHC) yesterday. Home of the London Bridge, it’s also a lakefront
Of course this most popular of Utah’s national parks1 is grand and picturesque no matter how you experience it. The towering sandstone walls cleaved by