First stop the very very little town of Agness. In fact it was so small we could not tell whether we were there or not. We had fun in here. Some of the furnitures reminded me of my Grandma's place. Truly a beautiful place. Craig went to the top and got some great pic's. For... Continue Reading →
We drove from beautiful scenery to the next beautiful scenery. I could have easily added even more pictures than the 60+ that you see below. So we've been on the road for 2 years now and we feel like we are just getting started. So the adventures continue. I love hearing what you think of... Continue Reading →
These Cats where amazing and most of them huge. This park see's itself more like a zoo and to help people to understand them. The first 5 pic's I had some fun editing to get a feel of what it might feel like without the fence.
So we were told that this area of the Redwoods was where they filmed "Star Wars". So I couldn't resist I made my own little movie. Most of the Pictures below was just getting to The Stout Memorial Grove. It was a wet, muddy and fun drive.
There is a lodge with this little diner. It looked like it was all original. Very cool and very old. They also make the killer shake with around 25+ flavors. The caves were amazing and very cold (like 40 degrees or less). You can tell how cold it was by looking at Craig's face, vary... Continue Reading →
We had SO much fun it was maybe even better than a Disneyland ride. Part of the ride is getting us wet which was OK because we were ready. I had everything in a zip-lock, my old pair of shoes, and my fast drying shirt and pants. Before dinner the driver spared us from... Continue Reading →
OK so we are starting our summer adventures a little late but it is what it is. But first I want to get you up to speed with what we've been doing the last few months and share a few pictures. So check out the captions on the Pictures and scroll on down. So... Continue Reading →
These are some of the oldest and biggest cacti in our country. They can live up to about 200 years old. It was only a few miles out side of Tucson.
This place was amazing. To be able to see these kind of animals up so close. We got to see them get fed and you can feed them yourself for a price. I decided to opt out of that and just watched them eat and interact with the person feeding them and our tour guide.... Continue Reading →