Category Archives for "National Parks"
Per Mom, the following updates are mandatorily added BEFORE you read the following. Be advised, “It was the 80s, not, repeat not, the 70s!” ======================================== Each year around my Dad’s birthday, we do a family overnight in Bar Harbor to “visit Bill”. It’s our way of celebrating Dad’s life and legacy, reliving good memories and […]Continue reading
I’m over being pissy about the route change. It was a smart call on Scott’s part. Yes – I told him that he was right and I was wrong. So… more time in the Four Corners region. Talley ho! I saw signs for Mesa Verde National Park. That’s interesting and convenient. When I picked the […]Continue reading
Navajo National Monument is located on Navajo Nation in northern Arizona. It’s home to several cliff dwellings created by the First People. I would have traveled out of way to see one but, as it turns out, the RV was parked about 1.5 miles from Ledge House (Bitátʼahkin) . How’s that for good karma? The Sandal Trail is a […]Continue reading
Yosemite National Park requires very few words. The pictures do the talking. It’s an incredible experience to be in the valley and look up at the grandness of it. Because of all the rain California received this year, they’ve had a lot of rock slides in Yosemite. If you drive in the Rt 120 entrance, […]Continue reading
Every year Nate join us for either his February or April vacation. This year we got April. We hadn’t expected to be on the west coast by that time, but here we are. His arrival is always a big deal. Think ‘Paul McCartney’ big. I mean, Scott and I look forward to it, of course. But Evie […]Continue reading