In the summer of 2006 we explored parts of New Mexico and Colorado, making a stop at the ancient cliff dwellings of Mesa Verde National Park. Mesa Verde, Spanish for “green table,” rises high above the surrounding country of southwest Colorado, providing a spectacular look into the lives of the Ancient Puebloan people who made Read More ...
In September of 2014 we journeyed to Michigan for adventures on the peninsula’s. One of our favorite stops was a 19th Century gem of a ghost town. Fayette Historic Town Site is a 19th Century, well preserved, company town, that manufactured charcoal pig iron and lime from 1867 to 1891. In the mid-1800’s, there was Read More ...
In 2017 we took a trip along the coast of the Gulf of Mexico and along the way explored the rich military history of a National Historic Landmark in Mobile Bay. Located on Mobile Point at the end of Fort Morgan Peninsula, this fortress was first established as Fort Bowyer during the War of 1812. Read More ...
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Our furry kids not missing the winter weather back home as we made our way through Bay St. Louis, Mississippi.
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When Cookie was finished with his work for the day and before hitting the sack, he would always place the tongue of the chuck wagon facing north. When the trail master started in the morning he would look at the tongue and then knew what direction he would be moving the herd.
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Dave and Kathy during their visit to Tombstone, AZ in 2007
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