Mardi Gras World New Orleans

Earlier this year (January 2018) Bonny, Andrew and I were able to have an amazing trip to New Orleans together.  As it was our first trip to New Orleans, and we only had a few days, we tried to hit as much as we could. One of the highlights, and there were many, was Blaine…

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What’s for Dinner?

It’s an age old debate between couples and nobody ever seems to have the answer. One that usually takes place while sitting in the car, not going anywhere. I’m sure you are familiar with it. Her: “Where do you want to go for dinner?” Him: “I don’t know where do you want to go?” Her:…

San Felipe Baja California Mexico

Panoramic view from the beach at Pete’s Camp outside of San Felipe B.C. Mexico. Come along with me for a few minutes on a journey set to music!  In your head start humming along to Julie Andrews in that 1965 classic “The Sound Of Music”.  Don’t act like you don’t know how it goes…My Favorite…

The Spirit of Elvis

This chapel was used in the filming of the 1969 American Western Movie Charro starring Elvis Presley. Having survived two fires, it is now part of the Superstition Mountain – Lost Dutchman Museum. It sits at the base of the Superstition Mountains as a reminder of the glory days of the wild west and all the old western…

A Tale of Two Portlands – Part 1 Portland, Maine

When you have to decide between Lobster or Salmon for your Anniversary dinner, which would you choose? Luckily I have an amazing husband who understands I have a hard time making up my mind sometimes and not only indulges, but sometimes instigates, some of my craziest whims. That’s how we ended up on this epic adventure of a Tale of Two Portlands. First stop, Portland, Maine. Come along with us as we explore this beautiful town!

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…