Tucked into the tall pines, Houston Mesa offers convenience and camping. You’re literally 15 minutes away from Walmart, grocery stores and Brian’s favorite Carl’s Jr. And for us, the library with electricity and Internet access is minutes away. The downside is yes, you can hear traffic. Sites are well spaced and for the most part Continue Reading
Roosevelt Lake is stunning. Picture brilliant blue water, deep green mesquite trees, and soaring saguaro cacti surrounded by rust colored cliffs on one side and the Sonoran desert on the other. The Tonto National Forest went into overdrive when deciding how many campsites to develop At Cholla campground. There are five loops and each loop Continue Reading
I know that millennials — those between the ages of 20 to 30 years — have the reputation of being self-centered. Well we had an unpleasant experience with four college students last night. Lake Roosevelt has a few campsites that are placed too close together. The site in back and to the east of us Continue Reading
Hope everyone has safe and Happy Valentine’s Day.
Anybody else attend a one-room school house? Okay this blog doesn’t have anything to do with camping, cooking or the other usual topics. My grandparents (my grandfather immigrated from the Ukraine in 1893 and my grandmother was born here in the US, just after my great grandparents came from the Ukraine as well. So what Continue Reading