Friends and More

Friends and More

Friends, Neighbors and Acquaintances Somethings will always be remembered   In my travels I’ve been fortunate to know as well as meet many folks along the way, most will be remembered. Some are friends that I’ve known for some time, others are the neighbors close to my camp grounds I’ve stayed at. Along the way I’ve become friends with a few and of course there are the acquaintances I’ve met briefly at campgrounds, rest stops and the like. Having people that I can relate to with various commonalities is comforting to me. All have one thing in common; there great Read more »

City of Rocks Idaho

City of Rocks Idaho

City of Rocks is surprisingly different from all the other places I’ve visited this year. It was one cold trip this weekend, much colder than I expected . The rock formations are unique to this area of Idaho, hard, tough and the sand that erodes off the rock is Course blowing in the wind. I can see the attraction to climbers. I was off to visit my father in Utah and made a few stops along the way. I stopped at the Malad Gorge State Park for a quick look and then on to the City of Rocks National Reserve for Read more »

2015 National Forest Tour – Part 1

2015 National Forest Tour – Part 1

12 days, over 1200 miles, one National Park, a National Monumont and Five National Forests, I’d say my 2015 National Forest Tour was a success. I wanted to see Idaho, so I did just that, I got out and traveled. Boise National Forest I left Boise July 23rd 2015 and headed for Stanley on highway 21, past Lowman Idaho I pulled into my first campground of the trip. Located along the Payette River this campground is a nice stop when your not in a hurry. Mountain View campground is a fee based campground, $15.00 a night but with my disability pass, cut that price in Read more »

Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park

A few of my favorite photographs from my 2015 drive through Yellowstone National Park. I’ve been to Yellowstone many times before. I decided  to make a quick drive up there since I was only about thirty miles away camping in the Island Park area.  But of all the days I decided to do just that, the traffic was terrible. Imagine why? It took me about three hours to drive sixteen miles. The time spent driving through was well worth it though. Yellowstone is still as beautiful as ever.     Yellowstone National Park Gallery   Please follow and like us: