I had to start over entirely with this post, as my first attempt was more about the chattering crowds than what they, and I, went there to experience. So we’re a bit out of order. Yellowstone is like visiting another planet. The whole area, surrounded by the raised sides of an ancient, and still active … Continue reading Yellowstone
This blog was conceived as a way for friends and family to keep up with our year on the road. Jennifer and I have learned quite a bit about living in a 22 foot trailer, and about each other as well. Jennifer works part time from her computer, which limits somewhat our ability to … Continue reading Heading East
My kind of camping! We’re pretty much alone with nothing to look at but this.
The movie’s over, we’re at 30,000 feet headed for Seattle, and it’s time to try describing our week on Hawaii, otherwise known as ‘the big island’. Awesome. We went to a luau. Basically the history of Hawaii (at least a very shallow tourist version of it) is illustrated by … Continue reading Hawaii
Ok so I’m behind a bit. Hard to remember all the great things about driving the Alcan Highway when I’m really sitting on the lenai watching the night go down in Hawaii.... But it was pretty amazing and here are some pictures. We drove down without stopping as much as we’d planned on account of … Continue reading Alaska Highway
Valdez is the snowiest town in the US, getting 300 inches/ year. Our time there was only rainy however, and even then it was warm and sunny part of every day. The salmon were running and bears were around to take part. We stayed at a city camp site right on the shore of … Continue reading Valdez