Badlands of South Dakota was my first national park of “moonscapes” and to this day it holds a very special … More
Or blame the shortness of breath on the altitude 🙂 We passed through Leadville on my very first ColoRADical Road … More
Our public lands are NOT for grabs! They have withstood millions of years of climate and geological changes but they are threatened by corporate interests now! I’d like to dedicate this post to the natural wonders of the American West, especially the stunning geological formations and incredible cultural heritage on the Utah / Arizona border!
Yellowstone was established in 1872 as the 1st National Park in the United States, even before the territories of Wyoming … More
Capitol Reef was the 3rd national park out of Utah’s Mighty 5 I visited within 1 year. Formed about 65 … More
How I found a dream job in Aspen, CO while traveling cross country in winter, living out of my tiny … More
I lived in the frigid Northeast (cold in terms of weather and people) and in hot and humid Southern Florida (slow … More