Celebrating Nautical Exploration in San Diego

The upcoming Cabrillo Festival on September 28, 2019 in San Diego, California celebrates nautical exploration and the discovery of California by the Spanish

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Stand Tall

The sunflower finds in itself a great strength to grow and flourish in places that are inhospitable and filled with obstacles others would fear to face. Yet it stands tall and proud, with its face toward the sun, allowing all the desolation and shadows to fall behind it. We should all aspire to be like…

Where the Buffalo Roam

I was going through my photos for a project I am working on and got side tracked by some of these beautiful wildlife photos I took in Yellowstone National Park last summer. National Parks are a great place to see wildlife in their natural habitat as they are protected. Just be cautious, because they may…

Red Rocks to Reserviors – Delores, Colorado to Flaming Gorge Recreation Area, Utah

We spent a few days meandering back and forth across the border between Colorado and Utah as we worked our way north from Delores, Colorado toward Wyoming. Along the way we were treated to beautiful red rock views through Moab. Being a holiday weekend (Memorial Day Weekend) Moab was bustling with people cycling, river rafting, camping, dirt…

Mesa Verde National Park

Yesterday evening made for a rough first day to our road trip. Somewhere around Kayenta, Arizona we had a tire blow out on our toy hauler. We had a spare tire, so no worries there, but when the tire blew it also shredded a large section of wiring that was strapped up under the wheel…