Petroglyphs

23 Jul 19
The Americas Revealed

All references on the Uchee People read pretty much the same.  They are mixture of half-cocked speculations by 19th and early 20th century academicians (who never met a Uchee in their life) with actual historical facts of the Late Colonial and Federal Periods.  When Uchee descendants try to insert factual, referenced information into such references […]

23 Jul 19

Darcy and Billy's RV Trip Around The Sun....

The end of April brought us moving east on Interstate 40 to the Petrified Forest and the Painted Desert right outside of Holbrook, AZ. This area has one of the largest petrified wood deposits in the world.  Several modern American Indian tribes have ancestral ties to this place. Route 66 passes through this beautiful park, […]

23 Jul 19
Travels with the Laa-Dee-Dah

July 23, 2019 As mentioned in an earlier post our boat is docked stern in sandwiched between two other boats. It gets quite tight and as the marina fills up it gets more interesting trying to fit boats in existing open slots. The catamaran that was on our port side departed and another, larger catamaran […]

23 Jul 19
Faulkner

Capitol Reef is one of the least visited parks in the U.S. Parks system. This is mostly because it is one of the lease accessible parks in the parks system. It is over 100 miles from Interstate 15, and not close to any airports. Although not very accessible, it is a hidden gem. The experience […]

23 Jul 19
latest Business update

The global “Entertainment Software” market report provides the data associated with the market with a better understanding of format. The Entertainment Software market offers a wide stage with numerous open doors for different enterprises, firms, associations, and products as well as services-based key players 2K Games, Nintendo, Sony Computer Entertainment, Disney Interactive, Tencent, Activision Blizzard, […]

23 Jul 19
A Battling Bishop

Our Sunday drive from Flagstaff, Arizona to Blanding, Utah included a scenic interlude through Monument Valley. After setting up camp, we met with friends for dinner in Bluff, Utah. After dinner we explored the Bureau of Land Management’s Sand Island petroglyphs, a wall of multiple overlapping images ranging from early Basketmaker through Pueblo III. On […]

23 Jul 19
George and Meagan Strike Again

Tash Rabat to Baetov to Kazarman to Arslanbob: Kyrgyzstan. Jun 20th- 24th 2019 While the road was quite poor the scenery was dazzling, made even better by the late afternoon light after another thunderstorm. So dazzling in fact that we missed a turnoff (straight across the river in the last picture), something we became gradually […]

23 Jul 19
Vandy Go

Vandys are at it again. Not for a year this time, though. With two teenagers and two businesses, the longest we can carve out in this season of life is a month- which is a lot -and we are really grateful for this time and opportunity. It feels like we have been saving and planning […]

24 Jun 19
Nadukuppam Environment Education Centre
24 Jun 19
Nadukuppam Environment Education Centre
23 Jul 19
The Caprock Canyoneer

When I think of the critters that occupy the Llano canyons, I don’t necessarily think of snails.  Yet, it was a snail that captured the attention of my son, our hiking friend Barry, and I on one hot summer morning.  About a week prior to our adventure, a hiker was scouting new routes up the […]

23 Jul 19
American Field Trip

Plan your journey to Nevada’s Great Basin Highway, the quintessential road trip. We recently returned from a road trip through Eastern Nevada, from Great Basin National Park to Las Vegas. This is quintessential road trip country: wide open spaces, sprawling vistas, and loads of under-the-radar gems to stop at along the way. Here’s how we […]

22 Jul 19
Royal Fare

Looking to plan a perfect Hawaii vacation? Using a Travel Agent is the best way to travel! Here’s what’s new in Hawaii just in time for Fall travelers! One of the ways Hawai‘i keeps visitors coming back year after year is with constant innovation in the state’s tourism sector. In spite of reports that The […]

22 Jul 19
una chica y su caballo

On each of my horsey road trips over the past seven years, I’ve been blown away by the hospitality and generosity of my fellow horsemen. People I’d barely met would offer me their contact information and offer me a place to lay over, or suggest I stay a few days with them and ride. I […]