Red Tailed Hawk Protecting Nest

This post was originally labeled Golden Eagle. Since that time it was reviewed by our Forest Serice Ranger and he stated it was a cry of a Red Tailed Hawk. Sorry for the mix-up. While volunteering for the National Forest Service recently when this Red Tailed Hawk showed up. She/he kept circling and protesting until […]

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Valley of the Gods

After we drove the Moki Dugway a few years ago we decided to take a side trip into Valley of the Gods.  Valley of the Gods is a smaller and more accessible area of Utah than Monument Valley. It is a hidden gem with scenery similar to that of nearby Monument Valley.     Valley of […]

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Moki Dugway

Moki Dugway We did the Moki Dugway a few years ago and what a great drive is was. This road is definitely not for the faint of heart, but well worth going out of your ways to experience it. The views from the top are fantastic.  The Moki Dugway is located on Utah Route 261 […]

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Protect your RV from Mud Daubers

Imagine pulling into your camping spot for the week and when you turn on your water heater nothing happens. The gas heater will not light. Or you turn on your furnace that night because of a chill in the air and the furnace will not light. What is wrong? They both worked fine the last […]

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Boulder City to Parker Arizona

As much as we love to walk the strip in Las Vegas, we are also so glad to leave after three days of constant noise and people and lights and crazy stimulation. So we are out of there and headed from Las Vegas to Qquartszite to boondock for a few days before the crowds get there […]

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Deschutes River Trail, Bend OR Southern End

Last week we were getting really tired of the gloomy end of winter in Central Oregon and decided to head outside for some exercise even in the gloom. We didn’t know what to expect when we decided to do the Deschutes River Trail, Bend OR at the southern end.  We thought that it would be […]

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