Monthly Archives: October 2014
Just in case you are ever near a petting zoo in Kansas.
Leaving Picture Canyon, we traveled about 50 more miles of gravel roads to get into Kansas. The gravel roads were actually smoother than the short distance of blacktop we were on. This washing machine was inside the house.
The sign said, “Picture Canyon, 23 miles.” So off we head on gravel roads. These are wonderful gravel roads, so smooth we can travel at 50 miles per hour. About 2 miles before Picture Canyon we find a colony of … Continue reading
I am going to skip the two weeks that I am behind on and focus on this week. I will post the other stuff later. The Comanche National Grasslands are in southeast Colorado. The National Grasslands are the result of … Continue reading
Mary and crossed the Continental Divide, headed east yesterday. We went over Wolf Creek Pass on US 160 in southern Colorado. It was only 10,550 feet elevation. One week to get home. The trip is all downhill from here, in … Continue reading
We spent a night in Grover Hot Springs California State Park. The hot springs were basically a swimming pool heated with hot (103 degrees F) water naturally flowing from the ground. They charged a fee to use the pool so … Continue reading
We slowly climbed along California State Route 88. Eventually climbing to 8,652 feet elevation to go over Carson Pass and cross back over to the east-side of the Sierra Nevada mountains. Up next… Markleeville, California.
We are staying in a hotel in Kayenta, Arizona tonight so I have internet and can post a few stops from last week. Traveling east from Sacramento, California (State Route 16 and 49 into Plymouth, east on County Road E16, … Continue reading
We drove up the Las Vegas Strip this afternoon. That was enough of Las Vegas for Mary and I. However, there were two Scout moments as we sat in traffic. 1) We hear a “Hey!” And there on the … Continue reading