Amarillo, Texas

April 8-9, 2019 It is always a good idea to be aware of your surroundings, especially when you spot an interesting item just off the road. That is what happened last year as we drove westbound on I40 towards Santa Fe. I had seen pictures of an art installation called “Cadillac Ranch” but didn’t really … Continue reading Amarillo, Texas

Albuquerque, Petroglyphs and Trinity Site.

April 3-7, 2019 We always try to find interesting stopping points along our route. This time we picked Albuquerque, which we had visited as a day trip, when we stayed on previous trips in Santa Fe. Albuquerque is also a convenient stopping point on I40 as we head home. The city is in close proximity … Continue reading Albuquerque, Petroglyphs and Trinity Site.

Joshua Tree National Park, California

March 17-18, 2019 Less than an hour’s drive from Palm Springs sits a very unique National Park. The Joshua Tree National Park, named for the iconic twisted trees, is truly a wonderful experience. We headed out early (highly recommended) because by 10AM, the entrances to the park have car lines that can reach more than … Continue reading Joshua Tree National Park, California

Tombstone, Arizona

March 6-7, 2019Tombstone, Arizona When you embark on a cross country RV trip, you have two choices. You can try to get to your destination by the quickest route possible or you can take it slow with quirky stops along the way. I have discovered that quirky and slow is the most fun. With this … Continue reading Tombstone, Arizona

The Alamo, San Antonio Texas

March 1-3 , 2019 After months of a very wet and cold winter, it was nice to outfit our motorcoach “Buddy” again and head out west seeking the sunny, dry weather the U.S. southwest is traditionally known for this time of year. We have planned a two month trip to explore the region, with our … Continue reading The Alamo, San Antonio Texas

Garden of the Gods, Colorado Springs

July 10, 2018 There are city parks and then there is “Garden of the Gods”. It is hard to believe this is actually a city park but in actuality it is a National Natural Landmark right in the middle of Colorado Springs, managed and maintained by the city and free to the public, how lucky … Continue reading Garden of the Gods, Colorado Springs