"It's a dangerous business, Frodo, going out your door. You step onto the road, and if you don't keep your feet, there's no knowing where you might be swept off to." Bilbo Baggins

Category: Touring

Fall in the UK Part 7: London

Amazing how fast time can go by.  Hard to believe we had been in the UK almost 3 weeks.  After our wonderful and busy time in Yorkshire, it was time to start getting ready to head home.  As we have done in previous visits, we stayed in London a couple days to wind down, get

Fall in the UK Part 4: Salisbury

This was our third visit to Salisbury in recent years. It was also, once again, the impetus for our visit to the UK. As before, Craig had a week of work meetings and Jennifer spent the week walking, touring, and taking advantage of the nice weather. Salisbury is most famously known for its 13th century

Southern Utah Part 4: Cedar Breaks National Monument

We spent a few days in Cedar City in order to see Cedar Breaks National Monument.  It is sometimes called a mini-Bryce Canyon.  We had read there was a good trail to hike and some terrific views.  We also heard there are very few people there 🙂  Cedar Breaks is about 30 minutes east of

A Local Excursion: Prescott, AZ

With Tucson temperatures threatening the 100s, we were looking for a place to escape some of the heat.  Craig had a lodge event in Prescott so we decided to take the motorhome up early and spend a few days hiking and exploring the area. Prescott sits at 5300 ft in elevation and is located near

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