Nature’s Beauty Surrounding Page Arizona

After a week in Kanab, we pulled stakes (slides in, jacks up 😁) 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

Kanab Utah… Central to So Many Cool Places! (Part 2)

Now that I have my last four missing posts reposted, I get to rewrite this one since it disappeared as well, while still in the que. 🙄 So… as I was saying, we planted ourselves in Kanab for a full … Continue reading

Bryce Canyon… Mother Nature at Her Best (Repost. Original 12/30/18)

There’s not a whole lot I can say about Bruce Canyon National Park that I haven’t already said. It’s truly one of the most magical places I’ve ever experienced. I’ve enjoyed and studied the works of some of the most … Continue reading

Zion… Just Keeps Calling Me Back! (Repost. Original 12/24/18)

Zion National Park, Utah, USA

I love this place… Zion National Park. Definitely amongst my favorite places in our country. So… although I’ve been here twice, I could not pass up the opportunity to bring John for his first visit. Unfortunately, by the time we … 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.  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

Yosemite… Touched by Fire

Yosemite National Park, California, USA

I’ve been to Yosemite numerous times… always in love… It’s just such an incredible place. We came in via Tioga Pass from the east, which I had hoped to do during my last route down the Eastern Sierra’s, to no … Continue reading

The Ghost Town of Bodie

Fran Reisner, Journey In Focus

Bodie State Historic Park was once a booming mining town… somewhat typical of the way the westerns depict them; in addition to miners and families, there were saloons, gunslingers, and houses of ill repute. Gunfights in the streets were not … Continue reading

Eastern Sierra’s- Tahoe, Mono and June Lakes

California, USA

After departing Crater Lake, and stopping for supplies in Klamath Falls, we continued south to Carson City (near Reno). This is the same route I took exactly 5 years prior, making a pit-stop in Reno to visit my niece Madeline, … Continue reading

🎵🎶 On The Road Again 🎵🎵🎶- 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