The mountains across Lake Champlain shown from under our awning. Our first day in Vermont was wet. Btw, I've discovered a new way to post individual photos quick and easy like Instagram. It's inspiring that at my advanced age I've learned something new in tech, rather than slowly losing what I used to know!
Three weeks in New Mexico flew by too quickly. With a slight course correction through an area near Santa Fe we’d like to come back to (Glorieta NM),we began our winding leisurely trip home. First stop is Dallas, for Jennifer to get in some creative pursuits she’s been anticipating for over a year. We decide … Continue reading Going home slowly
Driving on around the enchanted circle to Taos we stopped for groceries and then crossed the Rio Grande Canyon into desert New Mexico in the vicinity of Abiquiu and Ghost Ranch, (made famous of course by the Grateful Dead I suppose). Our destination is Ojo Caliente, which by now we just love to say. It’s … Continue reading Ojo Caliente
We took the scenic route from Santa Fe toward Taos, through Chimayo, Truchas and Penasco, and then turned onto the ‘enchanted circle’ route passing Angle Fire to land at Eagle Nest Lake State Park. The scenic route is an easy hour or so drive through the NM foothills and into the mountains that lets us … Continue reading Eagle Nest Lake, NM
We’ve often been asked whether in making our 2018 circuit around the US we found a favorite place. I almost never answer that the same way twice because it’s like naming your favorite song. Do you like James Taylor better than Eric Clapton? We have a long list of favorite places, all with distinctly different … Continue reading Santa Fe 2019
While our friends at home in NC weather the cold snap we bask in a very dissimilar cool snap, alternating between Saint Augustine and Disney’s Campground. For the first time in our year on the road, lying here in bed while Jennifer works, I actually feel a little bit “retired”. Feels good! Today I have … Continue reading Florida!
Our favorite day at the beach. The sun, the sand, miles of walking, ...at 55 degrees!