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Furry and Feathered Friends

When you read the descriptions of the National Forest, Forest Service, National Parks or state park campgrounds, the verbiage goes on and on about all the different wildlife species found in the woods. Point your camera in any direction and you’ll capture big horn sheep, grizzly bears and even the elusive wolf. Personally I think Continue Reading

Time for a Tune?

Going camping leaves a little more time for fun activities. It only takes a few minutes to straighten up the tent. Meals and cleanup don’t take much time at all. So maybe I should learn a musical instrument like how to play the bass. Of course a bass is rather large so maybe I should Continue Reading

Our Visit to the Amazing Grand Canyon

Choose whatever superlatives you want, but the Grand Canyon’s beauty exceeds your ability to describe it. That’s why this blog will have more pictures than usual–in this case they tell a better story than words. We were camping near Flagstaff, Arizona and noticed we were not too far from Grand Canyon National Park, perhaps just Continue Reading

Summer Rain Showers in a Beautiful Pine Forest

In search of relief from the brutal summer heat in Phoenix, we spent 5 days at a campground near Flagstaff, Arizona, surrounded by Ponderosa pine trees. The campground was cleverly called Pine Grove. This was a kind of homecoming for me because when I was a boy we owned a home not far from where Continue Reading