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Chasing 70s 2020 Part 9: Yellowstone & Grand Teton National Parks

After nine wonderful weeks in the Pacific Northwest, it was time to conclude that portion of our road trip and move inland, way inland, to one of our favorite areas in the western United States; Yellowstone and Teton NPs.  Originally our plans called for a stop-over in Leavenworth, WA and then some time in the

Chasing 70s 2020 Part 8: North Cascade National Park

Our turn east was for a stop at one of the preeminent mountain ranges in the United States.  The Cascade mountains are sometimes called the American Alps and after our visit there we understand why.  Our base was the small town of Rockport, WA at the Howard Miller Steelhead County Park.  We came to see

Chasing 70s 2020 Part 7: Fidalgo Island, WA

We truly enjoyed the last two weeks on the Olympic Peninsula and the exploring the Olympic mountain range.  Knowing we have more mountains in our travel plans down the road, we made one last stop to visit the sea.  Our original plans were to stay on Whidbey Island and the Navy Base there.  We have

Chasing 70s 2020 Part 5: Olympic National Park-South

Olympic National Park has been on our bucket list for some time.  It is a big area consuming most all of the Olympic Peninsula of Washington State and is known for its rain forests, mountains and glaciers.  It also has some wonderful coastline and beaches.  We decided to split it up into two distinct areas.

Chasing 70s 2020 Part 4: Astoria, Oregon

The northern Oregon coast was the last section of coastline we had to visit to make it a full coastline tour.  We chose to base out of the Astoria area.  The Oregon National Guard has a small training post just south of Astoria with a wonderful little RV park.  We decided to stay there as

Chasing 70s 2020 Part 2: Redwoods National Park

As we were already in northern California, we thought we would take the time to visit another national park.  Along the coast is the town of Crescent City, the northern gateway to Redwoods National Park.  This is where we decided to make our base for touring the Redwood Coast.  We have always wanted to see

Escaping the Heat: Mt Lemmon and the Catalinas

This week brought us our first day of triple digit temperatures.  What do Tucsonans do when it is really hot; get an Eegee’s, jump in the pool, or go up the mountain.  We started our day with the “up the mountain” option.  Mt Lemmon is in the Santa Catalina mountains, part of the Coronado National

Spring Wildflowers: Catalina State Park

***Note: This was filmed back in late-March, prior to the shelter-in-place orders and the closing of non-essential businesses. Little did we know it would be 5 weeks of shelter in place since. As of this posting, Arizona State Parks and Trails are still open for responsible outdoor recreation. Find more information here. https://azstateparks.com/coronavirus  *** Spring