Monthly Archives: January 2016

Devil’s Tower

One hell of an interesting rock formation is Devil’s Tower, located in northeastern Wyoming.  Rising 1,267 ft. over its surrounding terrain, Devil’s Tower isn’t difficult to spot from the approaching roads. It is worth the quick stop and walk-around for … Continue reading

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Yosemite and Mono Lake

Note: This post has two sections.  The first tells the story of my ridiculous chain of events and misadventure during my first visit to a national park, and the second shares useful information about hiking Half Dome, cycling Tioga Pass, and … Continue reading

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Pinnacles National Park

We knew we had to take Scromp out one last time before tucking him away for 6 months as we tour Europe. The question was where? California is spoiled with state and national parks and recreational areas. Three days before … Continue reading

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Our Must-Haves

We’ve found ourselves gratefully jotting down tips from other travelers and sharing these tips with friends and other travelers we meet during our adventures.  Rather than trying to recall our favorite services or phone applications (apps) from memory, I’m going to … Continue reading

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