Category : Activities

Written on Apr, 03, 2019 by in , , , | 2 Comments.
Grand Canyon National Park Arizona

We have completed the tasks of buying a new motorhome and a new tow vehicle along with doing a few modifications and upgrades to the vehicles and now we are in the midst of our final preparations before we begin our summer excursion.   Before we depart we thought we would enjoy a few more trips around the area. Spring …

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Cave Creek Arizona Spur Cross

We have spent the winter in the Phoenix area as we prepare for our next adventures with selling our motorhome and tow vehicle and doing a much needed upgrade to both!! We are planning to buy a  newer and smaller RV to allow us more flexibility to areas we travel to and a brand spanking new tow vehicle.  Even with …

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Written on Nov, 30, 2018 by in , , , | Leave a comment
Wild West Days Outlaw's Cave Creek Arizona

We returned from our summer trip and got nicely settled in back at home. It’s was time to prepare our big rig and tow vehicle to sell and then busy ourselves with figuring out what to purchase for a new tow vehicle. THEN what to buy for a new smaller rig to get us more places easily!  During all this …

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Written on Nov, 09, 2018 by in , , , | Leave a comment

It was our anniversary therefore it was time for a trip to Sedona to spoil ourselves with a cabin in the woods and a four course dinner. Orchard Canyon at Oak Creek provided exactly that.   Orchard Canyon at Oak Creek is a lovely, romantic lodge nestled in Oak Creek Canyon north of Sedona and provides cabins for rent and …

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Those Young Guys

  We spent well over a month in central Alberta and certainly wore out our welcome! But it was a terrific time. We spent lots of quality time with family and friends and enjoyed the farm life.   It was in the summer when British Columbia was under a state of emergency due to the over 500 wildfires burning. For …

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Drumheller Alberta Hoodoos

Hoodoos Trail A hoodoo is a weather rock pinnacle and the Drumheller area has lots of them. There is an area east of town called Hoodoos Trail which is an icon of the Alberta Badlands. It is a very touristy area so beware but there are a variety of short trails in the area plus a trail which leads to …

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Cypress Hills Elkwater Alberta

Elkwater Elkwater is a small town in Alberta about 40 miles southeast of Medicine Hat with a population of just under 100 people. It sits at about 4,000 ft elevation and is located along Elkwater Lake and in the Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park. The area provides a cool respite from the hot summer days experienced in the prairies.  Elkwater is …

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Cypress Hills Centre Block Saskatchewan Lookout Point

Lookout Point Lookout Point is on the way to Bald Butte and sits at an elevation of 1275 m so not quite as high as Bald Butte but close. This viewpoint looks to the north and on a clear day you can see the town of Maple Creek and maybe even The Great Sand Hills further to the north.   …

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Grasslands National Park Saskatchewan

Grasslands National Park is divided into 2 sections, the West Block and the East Block. They are separated by a distance of about 100 miles.  The West Block is centered about the Frenchman River Valley and the East Block is centered on the Kildeer Badlands. We only visited the West Block. Val Marie Val Marie is just across the US/Canadian …

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Written on Aug, 11, 2018 by in , , , | Leave a comment
Custer Battlefield Museum Garryowen Montana

Garryowen is the site of the 2 day battle in June 1876 between the US Army’s 7th Cavalry and the Cheyenne and Lakota Sioux warriors. Leading the battle at this location on the US Army side was Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer along with Major Reno and Captain Benteen. The Cheyenne and Lakota warriors were being led by Crazy Horse, …

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