Our first and only day of no travel. We spent the day exploring Zion, the nearby BLM lands, and the ghost town of Grafton. Tomorrow we head home. What a trip!
We awoke to the hum of I-70 and sight of dew-glistening RVs. Majestic. But from there we treked through aspens and into Zion. And tonight is Mexican, complete with chips, guac and margs… Arriba!
First thing this morning we hiked the Perimeter Trail in Ouray before heading to Utah. Complete with bear sighting. Then we joirneyed through Moab and Arches — some really epic scenery and four wheeling. And […]
It took us a couple hours to find a place to camp last night, but it was worth it. Today, after breakfast at Izzy’s in CB, we headed south, stopping along the Gunnison River to […]
Today we slept in, but still rose early enough to enjoy the sunrise on Mt. Elbert and Emerald Lake on my run. After spending some time in Leadville, we headed south. We went over Cottonwood […]
Today we left Boulder after a yummy breakfast with some new found friends visiting from New Mexico. We’re glad we visited, but Boulder isn’t for us. We prefer lumberjacks over hipsters in our mountain towns […]
Today was our last big driving day, nine hours from KC to Boulder. But we’re now in Colorado and enjoying the town. Tomorrow we start our off-road adventures, so follow along on our SPOT page!
Today we spent the morning with family and evening with friends. I went for a run in the woods nearby… Amazing the smells and feelings you re-experience after being away. Familiarity for the first time. […]
Another early morning to start our longest day of the trip, thirteen and a half hours from camp to Kansas City. And unlike our drive yesterday, the flatlands of Eastern New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, […]
Today we trucked our way east twelve hours, stopping in Flagstaff for a meal and a brew at Lumberyard Brewery before ending in Albuquerque. Flagstaff is a really cool place and it’s already near the […]