United States Travel

The Complete Guide to Exploring Chaco Canyon
United States Travel

The Complete Guide to Exploring Chaco Canyon

America’s Stonehenge. With such an enticing name, it’s hard to resist the pull of this ancient place. Chaco Canyon is one of the oldest places of habitation in the United States. A trip there is life-changing. I first learned about Chaco Canyon from books, of course. With a turbulent childhood […]

The Best of Bisbee Guide: 24 Hours in the Old West
Arizona, United States Travel

The Best of Bisbee Guide: 24 Hours in the Old West

Bisbee: Where Copper Was Queen Locally roasted coffee, ghost stories, mining history, shopping, historic hotels, and museums? Is there one place to find all of that? The answer is yes. Bisbee, Arizona. I’ve been visiting Bisbee on and off since 2011, and every visit is something different. I may spend […]

A Trip to the Tranquil, Ancient Ruins at Montezuma Well
Arizona, History & Archaeology, Nature Lovers, United States Travel

A Trip to the Tranquil, Ancient Ruins at Montezuma Well

The Well The third time I stopped along the winding road to admire Montezuma Well was a little different. Funny story how these historic site came by the name “Montezuma,” but we’ll get to that later. For now lets take a journey together, through two ancient sacred sites between Flagstaff […]

Why Florida State Parks are an Outstanding Bargain
United States Travel

Why Florida State Parks are an Outstanding Bargain

Why head to Florida’s state parks when there are almost 1,200 miles of coastline to visit? The answer is, because you will find nature everywhere, an uncrowded atmosphere, and excellent facilities for camping. We had no intention of exploring the state parks before we arrived in Florida last week, but […]

8 Ways Military Service Made Me a Better World Traveler
United States Travel

8 Ways Military Service Made Me a Better World Traveler

In less than a month my whole world is changing. I’ll be leaving the teaching job that I love so much because the world is calling me, to travel. I’ve been focused on future travel plans, but my thoughts often return to the past, especially my service in the Army. […]

Spirits of the Rapahannock
Nature Lovers, United States Travel, Virginia

Spirits of the Rapahannock

Okay it’s just over a month before we leave Virginia for good and start travelling full-time. All of a sudden I feel this need to try to see as much as I can over the next few weeks. This sense of urgency just appeared out of nowhere and that feeling […]