You don’t have to drive half-way across the country before tiring of the billboards along the highways. We have the solution to this problem.
We are getting antsy to climb into our van and go. But in a post-pandemic world, what exactly are we antsy for?
We walked into a war museum and were soon captivated by the art.
The year 2020 is finally in the rearview mirror. No way are we making a U-turn to see it again. We bet you feel the same way.
If Bob hadn’t needed eye surgery, we wouldn’t have eaten 20 pounds of peaches in two weeks.
Fires seem to be consuming the West. Even without being near one, you cannot escape the smoke that is covering the entire region.
Yellowstone is a place like no other. Words alone can’t do it justice.
What’s over the next hill? Something and someone we will remember for a long time.
If you haven’t felt the pioneer spirit of the West before you hit Sheridan, you certainly will as you drive into downtown with the Bighorns in the distance.
Whether we are sheltering in place or venturing out, we’re all adapting to a changed world.
These days, paper-free takes on a whole new meaning, and it’s something all of us are trying to avoid.
Joshua Tree National Park is a short drive from a mass of humanity. And a world away.
We’re taking our first step – or rather, driving our first mile. As corny as it may sound, we are hitting the road to discover America.