Posts Tagged: National Parks

Red Road Diaries: The Book

The Summer has flown by up here in New Hampshire, but between my hiking, writing and general all around relaxing, I have managed to to publish the second (and final!) volume of The Red Road Diaries on Amazon.com. Volume One,

Red Road Diaries: The Book

The Summer has flown by up here in New Hampshire, but between my hiking, writing and general all around relaxing, I have managed to to publish the second (and final!) volume of The Red Road Diaries on Amazon.com. Volume One,

You Can Never See Too Many Rocks: Yosemite National Park

Hubby is fond of saying, when his ADD kicks in, that  “if you’ve seen one rock, you’ve seen them all.”  Granted I have dragged him to Yellowstone, Arches, and Canyon Lands Parks, as well as the Canadian Rockies…all resplendent with

You Can Never See Too Many Rocks: Yosemite National Park

Hubby is fond of saying, when his ADD kicks in, that  “if you’ve seen one rock, you’ve seen them all.”  Granted I have dragged him to Yellowstone, Arches, and Canyon Lands Parks, as well as the Canadian Rockies…all resplendent with

California: First Look at the Redwoods

Our fun Labor Day weekend over, it was time to hit the road again. We left sadly left Port Orford and continued south down highway 101, enjoying the beauty of the last 60 miles of the Oregon coast, particularly  the Cape

California: First Look at the Redwoods

Our fun Labor Day weekend over, it was time to hit the road again. We left sadly left Port Orford and continued south down highway 101, enjoying the beauty of the last 60 miles of the Oregon coast, particularly  the Cape

Final stop in Washington: Lakes, Logger Jamboree’s and Mt. Rainier

We are finishing up a week on Mayfield Lake in Washington, staying at Harmony Lakeside RV resort in Mossy Rock (love that name.)  It has been a fine place to relax and enjoy the nice weather we have finally settled

Final stop in Washington: Lakes, Logger Jamboree’s and Mt. Rainier

We are finishing up a week on Mayfield Lake in Washington, staying at Harmony Lakeside RV resort in Mossy Rock (love that name.)  It has been a fine place to relax and enjoy the nice weather we have finally settled

Put Them in Tree Museums…

Traveling across British Columbia, and now through Washington’s Olympic Peninsula, I’ve been thinking a lot about that old (1970?) Joni Mitchell song, Big Yellow Taxi. (You younger people can google it) The lines that keep popping into my mind: They took all

Put Them in Tree Museums…

Traveling across British Columbia, and now through Washington’s Olympic Peninsula, I’ve been thinking a lot about that old (1970?) Joni Mitchell song, Big Yellow Taxi. (You younger people can google it) The lines that keep popping into my mind: They took all

Stranded in Banff: Rain, Floods and Mudslides

We left the Crowsnest area of British Columbia and headed north along the west side of the Rockies, through Kootanay National Park and into Banff National Park. It was just more beautiful mountain scenery, although as we set up camp

Stranded in Banff: Rain, Floods and Mudslides

We left the Crowsnest area of British Columbia and headed north along the west side of the Rockies, through Kootanay National Park and into Banff National Park. It was just more beautiful mountain scenery, although as we set up camp

Young Mountains, Old Rocks

The Teton National Park brochure says there are rocks in the Teton range that are over 2.5 million years old, but the mountains themselves are among the youngest in the world. Something to do with fault lines, massive earthquakes and

Young Mountains, Old Rocks

The Teton National Park brochure says there are rocks in the Teton range that are over 2.5 million years old, but the mountains themselves are among the youngest in the world. Something to do with fault lines, massive earthquakes and