Joshua Tree National Park

California, USA

The drive from Saguaro National Park near Tucson to Joshua Tree National Park in California wasn’t that long… only about five hours… but it was wrought with bucking winds for the latter part of the drive. Unless you’ve driven a … Continue reading

Saguaro National Park, and Tucson

Tucson, Arizona, USA

I forgot to mention that our return from Mexico was punctuated with a puncture. (Yep, that pun was intended.) One of Zippys tires went flat with a hiss right as John tucked her in behind The Beast in our campsite … Continue reading

Christmas in The Desert… Cave Creek

Cave Creek Regional Park, Arizona, USA

We left Alamo Lake and headed back to Phoenix, and then turned north. Cave Creek Regional Park is not far out of town, but it sure feels like it is. The campground is very spacious, and surrounded by desert, hills, … Continue reading

Arizona… The Only Thing Missing is an Ocean Beach!

Lost Dutchman State Park, Arizona, USA

After parting with the masses at Grand Canyon we moved on south to Lost Dutchman State Park, a place I had enjoyed once before. The campground sits at the base of Superstition Mountain, about 40 miles east of downtown Phoenix, … Continue reading

While in Flagstaff…

Sedona, Arizona, USA

Before heading up to Grand Canyon (south rim this time) we made a stay-over for a few days in Flagstaff. From there I knew we could head out in a few different directions in Zippy (tow car) to see some … Continue reading

Nature’s Beauty Surrounding Page Arizona

After a week in Kanab, we pulled stakes (slides in, jacks up šŸ˜) and headed east to Page Arizona. I traveled here in my solo years in route to Zion National Park. Some of you may recall my very first … Continue reading

Return to Death Valley

Death Valley National Park, California

The drive isn’t long… between Lone Pine (Alabama Hills) and our stopping point in Death Valley… but it’s brutal. White knuckle most of the way. Ā From the time you enter the park boundaries it’s a long, narrow, windy, steep road… … Continue reading

Alabama Hills- A Little Known Gem

California, USA

A few years ago, while still traveling solo, I got chatting with a couple of guys who were standing at the same vista photographing sunrise in Death Valley. When I told them the direction I was heading later that day, … Continue reading

šŸŽµšŸŽ¶ On The Road Again šŸŽµšŸŽµšŸŽ¶- South through Central Oregon

Crater Lake National Park, Oregon, USA

At the moment we’re sitting in Kanab Utah, which is central to a lot of very cool places, but I’ll have to get back to those since I have a bit of catching up to do here. This one post … Continue reading

Alabama Hills and the Eastern Sierras

California

Wow! That was the first word that went through my mind (and most likely out of my mouth) when I rounded a bend in the road and saw Alabama Hills for the first time. As I mentioned in my last … Continue reading