Finding a Route 66 treasure and carvings from long ago.
Previous: Chapter 10 – Surviving I-40 with Buried Cars, a Blue Hole, and a Big Hunk As we got back on I-40 for the short drive, relatively speaking, to Albuquerque, I thought about everything we’d seen and done since we’d left home only six days ago. When I first had the idea for this trip, …
Previous: Chapter 9 – Texas is Huge. Canyons are Deep. Turkeys are Jerks. There are no two ways around it: I-40 through the Texas panhandle is a beast. That’s primarily because there are no two ways around it. You can take Route 66, but that parallels the interstate so closely that, unless you’re on a …
We learned a few things camping and hiking in Palo Duro Canyon State Park.
This beautiful, magical place is located in southwestern Oklahoma and is home to bison, Texas long horns, and other wildlife.
When you love climbing, camping, and pizza, there’s no better place than Miguel’s Pizza
See what it’s like to hike this treasure on the shores of Lake Michigan
A former volunteer returns to the place that fostered her love of horses.
Discovering the complex beauty of America’s first National Park.
The unexpected benefits of making a commitment to get outside, every day.
There’s no need for experience if you want to paddle this peaceful class 1 float near Scottsdale, Arizona.
Get on their bikes and ride! Explore McHenry County’s miles of trails with a county-wide bike sharing service.