Today is the Day for One Day University

With the new normal of social distancing and staying home as much as possible, we are always on the lookout for new and interesting things to occupy our time. I believe we may have found a great one, One Day University… CONTINUE READING >> 

With the new normal of social distancing and staying home as much as possible, we are always on the lookout for new and interesting things to occupy our time. I believe we may have found a great one, One Day University… CONTINUE READING >> 

National Parking through Utah

Since most National Parks have opened we are going to break our silence on travel blogging. This story is from a trip we took before the virus hit, but could easily be pulled off with masks and social distancing…
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Since most National Parks have opened we are going to break our silence on travel blogging. This story is from a trip we took before the virus hit, but could easily be pulled off with masks and social distancing…
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Yellowstone – What a Gas Hole!

We continue our look at ways to travel during the Covid-19 pandemic with a look at Yellowstone.  National Parks are a good way to enjoy a getaway while still keeping our social distance.
Permanently set aside in 1872, Yellowstone is home to two-thirds of all the geysers in the world… 
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We continue our look at ways to travel during the Covid-19 pandemic with a look at Yellowstone.  National Parks are a good way to enjoy a getaway while still keeping our social distance.
Permanently set aside in 1872, Yellowstone is home to two-thirds of all the geysers in the world… 
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Did Robert Johnson Really Make a Deal with the Devil?

We continue our series of social distance friendly travel ideas with a look at our trip along The Mississippi Blues Trail several years ago. Markers highlight the history of blues pioneers and stars from the delta to Chicago.
A young Robert Johnson was hanging around the locally renowned bluesman Son House and the elder musician told the kid he needed to do some serious practicing if he was going to be any good. Johnson disappeared for a while, when he returned House supposedly said that he must have made a deal the devil… CONTINUE READING >> 

We continue our series of social distance friendly travel ideas with a look at our trip along The Mississippi Blues Trail several years ago. Markers highlight the history of blues pioneers and stars from the delta to Chicago.
A young Robert Johnson was hanging around the locally renowned bluesman Son House and the elder musician told the kid he needed to do some serious practicing if he was going to be any good. Johnson disappeared for a while, when he returned House supposedly said that he must have made a deal the devil… CONTINUE READING >> 

On a Mission in San Antonio, Texas

We continue our look back at the best ways to travel while keeping our social distance, this time on bicycles.
Seemed like we should learn more about Texas’ second-largest city, so we had our mission, should we decide to accept it.
And mission is the right word. San Antonio wouldn’t even exist if not for missions. The most famous being the Alamo… CONTINUE READING >>

We continue our look back at the best ways to travel while keeping our social distance, this time on bicycles.
Seemed like we should learn more about Texas’ second-largest city, so we had our mission, should we decide to accept it.
And mission is the right word. San Antonio wouldn’t even exist if not for missions. The most famous being the Alamo… CONTINUE READING >>