Wolf man and Our Southwest RV Itinerary

We made it back home, and Kristi us had a long road in recovering from COVID. And in the couple of weeks it took us to get home, take care of Kristi and the kids, and run a business, all of my personal grooming went by the wayside. As a result I got home, lookedContinue reading “Wolf man and Our Southwest RV Itinerary”

Forget Route 66. What about Route 89?

Many people have heard of Route 66 – the famous highway that goes east to west frequented by RVs and those seeking the western states. That route definitely has some cool stuff along the way but what about Route 89? So far, Route 89 has contained not only the most scenic drives, but also someContinue reading “Forget Route 66. What about Route 89?”

Lake Powell and Glen Canyon

South East Utah wasn’t originally on our list for this trip. Earlier in the trip we met a family who spent some time here and they had some amazing stories and photos. We quickly made some room in our itinerary. Page, Arizona and Glen Canyon This area is most famous for Horseshoe bend and AntelopeContinue reading “Lake Powell and Glen Canyon”

Buckskin Gulch & Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument

Another suggestion from new friends we met earlier on this trip was doing this hike to a place called Buckskin Gulch. Basically it is what is called a slot canyon such as the famous Antelope Canyon. However, due to COVID Antelope Canyon is closed. But down the road an hour is this one and itContinue reading “Buckskin Gulch & Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument”

Downtown Jerome, State Park, Blown Glass & Kaleidoscopes

Jerome is one of the towns we have heard about from several people – from fellow travelers to Kristi’s grandparents in South Florida. We didn’t know what to expect but decided to check it out anyway being that we were staying only 25 minutes away. The town really unique being that it is built onContinue reading “Downtown Jerome, State Park, Blown Glass & Kaleidoscopes”

Off-Roading Sedona and Honanki Ruins

One of our most anticipated activities was today: Off-roading in Sedona. Kristi and I did it when we came out here a few years ago and fell in love with it between my enjoyment of trail riding, her need for speed, and our mutual love for this mountain range. We knew the kids would loveContinue reading “Off-Roading Sedona and Honanki Ruins”

The People of the Campground, Perfume Sales, and Fort Arizona

One cool thing about camping is that you get to meet a lot of really interesting people. In fact, it is actually really easy to make friends not only as kids, but also as adults. Other people on the road or who live in different campgrounds, typically have left their traditional social circles, so loveContinue reading “The People of the Campground, Perfume Sales, and Fort Arizona”