Valley of the Goblins A couple of goblins On the way to Little Wild Horse Canyon Temple Mountain Wash pictograph On the way to Green River, UT One of Utah’s pink sand dunes Multimedia sculptures in Hanksville, UT
We really enjoyed staying at Lo Lo Mai Springs Campground (Lolomai.com) while checking out Cottonwood, Jerome, Prescott, Flagstaff, and Sedona. The location was perfect, and we could hear the creek flowing throughout the day. They have a pool and hot tub, rental cabins of various sizes, tent and RV sights, otters, alpaca, turtles, a playground, … More Sedona Area Sightseeing
I love Tucson for being warm when most other places in the US are cold. I also love downtown, especially Hotel Congress, which, in my memories, is the ideal place to vacation: sunshine, patio, dog friendly, live music, and a restaurant and bar right there. Nearby hiking in one of the most beautiful deserts anywhere … More Tucson
Of course it wasn’t easy, but I figured out which breweries are my favorites. Criteria include: I have tried multiple beers in each brewery, and they are consistently delicious. They have a great outdoor space, and it just feels great to hang out there. Good music. I love a great beer in the sunshine with … More My Top 5 Breweries (So Far)
This blog is longer than most of mine, but don’t give up! It’s chock full of fun. From Big Bend, we enjoyed the beautiful drive west via 170, along the Rio Grande. We stopped over for one night at Loma Paloma Golf Course in Presidio, TX. Then, on to Marfa for a couple of days. … More Post-Big Bend; Pre-Tucson
What a park! I’m excited to return. There is much to do and see, and, although we were there during peak season, there were no crowds. We did one of the most popular hikes, for example, and met very few people on the trail (the trail to the hot springs).