Arizona

Arizona: Southwest by Southeast

Heading back to Arizona from California, the last two stops of our 3-week trip were in Yuma (far southwestern corner); and Sierra Vista (far southeastern corner), where Philip was to participate in a three-day bike touring event. It was fun to be a part of the first-ever, inaugural...

Death Valley – 3 Million Acres of Weird

2022 brought us a visit to Death Valley National Park, an area once described by The New York Times as “3 million acres of weird.” But first things first: meet our new family member and adventure buddy! Two days after getting Finn, a 10-week old English Cream Golden Retriever...

Sticking Close To Home: Arizona Mini-Adventures

January and February had the three of us staying close to home, with a smattering of mini-adventures right here in good ole Arizona. We survived a terrible two-week rumble with Covid over the holidays, but that’s not why we’re staying “safer at home.” Instead...

Parker, AZ: What We Won’t Do For A Cold Beer

Sometimes our RV trips have lofty aspirations:  hiking at Mount Rainier, seeing wild bison in Custer, camping at a wild tiger sanctuary in Arkansas.  Other times, our motivations are simpler:  get a cold beer at a weird place.  Such was the case in Parker, Arizona! The...

Sedona, AZ: Fido-Friendly Hiking Heaven!

No doubt, Sedona is beautiful and Sedona is magical. But its REAL CHARM lies in its hundreds upon hundreds of well-marked, DOG-FRIENDLY hiking trails.  Just two hours north of Phoenix, it’s the perfect place to indulge in a little trail-lust! We had a goal … errrr...

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