In which we visit a 225 million year old petrified forest, a gigantic meteor crater, and chow down on mutton sandwiches on Navajo fry bread.
We had an amazing time visiting the Mesa Verde National Park and the famous cliff dwellings there. Then we learned about Anasazi beans, discovered in the ancient ruins and available today.
This could be one of the most scenic drives we’ve ever done. The Colorado National Monument is a gem you have to visit if you’re ever passing nearby.
If you like Dinosaurs, the area near Vernal, Utah is a great place to visit. It’s called Dinosaurland for a reason. We explored fossils digs, museums, and more.
We spent the last six weeks traveling through Texas and finding out what a big place it really is. There is so much variety here, so much history, so much to see and do.
We had a fun and educational road trip through southern New Mexico including great food, UFOs, sledding on white sand, Billy the Kid, rockets, space travel, and more.
El Paso, a little detour to Texas during our journey through New Mexico. Tasty food and a lot of history in the boot capital of the world.
We found so much to do while visiting Tucson, Arizona. There are great places to hike, awesome museums, and all kinds of history from the Old West. We visited a huge airplane museum (one of the largest in the world), went inside a Cold War missile silo, hiked through a desert covered in Giant Saguaros, and drank Sarsaparilla in Tombstone.
December 1-3, 2015 We decided to take a little detour on our trip around the U.S. to head back to our starting point in southern California for a couple months to take care of doctor/dentist/vision appointments, see friends, and build…
October 9 – November 30, 2015 So a little bit has happened since our last post over a month ago. Been a little busy with family and work, so we haven’t had much time to update the blog. So this…