National Park

Johns Lake Trail – One of the Firsts

By |2019-02-08T19:40:37-07:00May 23rd, 2018|Attractions, Hikes, Montana, Mountains, National Park|

Johns Lake trail is one of the most exciting hikes in Glacier National Park.  I say this in retrospect.  Glacier National Park gets plummeted with snow every winter.  So much so that the park slowly opens up as the plows can remove the snow and make the Going to the Sun Road safe.  The [...]

Zion….Nothing Short of Amazing

By |2019-01-21T15:27:49-07:00May 6th, 2018|Attractions, Experiences, Hikes, Mountains, National Park, Utah|

Nothing short of amazing sprinkled with annoying, confusing and somehow ending with pure joy. We wake up late, but hey, we are on our own schedule.  Getting ready, packing, charging everything while the generator is running and of course breakfast. Once these life necessities have unraveled we are ready to hit [...]

Bryce Canyon…HooDoo…You Do….Or, You Must

By |2019-01-21T15:29:59-07:00April 24th, 2018|Attractions, Feature, Hikes, Mountains, National Park, Utah|

Like nothing you have ever seen before, Bryce Canyon will leave you in awe while your jaw involuntarily just drops without notice.  The colors and structures (which we later learned are called HooDoo's, pronounced "WhooooDooooo" in a spooky, ghostlike voice) are breathtaking.  It is beyond amazing what Mother Nature has created for our viewing [...]

Death Valley National Park – It’s Worth It

By |2019-03-27T15:19:30-07:00April 18th, 2018|Attractions, California, Experiences, Hikes, Mountains, National Park|

Death Valley National Park sure could live up to its name if you don’t visit it the right time of the year, but let me tell you, it would be worth it anyways.  This time of the year, basically winter or early spring is the perfect time to visit this wonder.  Yes, it sounds [...]