The Sedona area was breathtakingly beautiful, starting with the scenic, foggy, rainy-day drive down Highway 89A from Flagstaff. The old part of town is very pedestrian friendly with tons of shops and restaurants, so… we decided it was treat yo’ self day. For Wayne, a new hat (Stetson, no less); for Pam, a pair of silver… Continue reading Treat Yo’ Self: Sedona Edition
The Williams Ranger District of the Kaibab National Forest has splendid dispersed camping opportunities. Some of the roads are ROUGH, but there’s something for everyone and every type of vehicle. Again, Missy was the happiest pup ever, running free and smelling all the smells. We climbed the little mountain, we played in the snow, we… Continue reading Sometimes It Snows in April
Let’s get this straight right up front. There are no gila monsters in the Gila National Forest. Now we can all relax. After we drove around in a bunch of white sand, we headed west to Silver City, New Mexico. One thing we have found to be immensely helpful is to find the nearest ranger… Continue reading The Gila
Now THIS is a campground. Within Davy Crockett National Forest in East Texas is the Ratcliff Recreation Area. (There are neither rats nor cliffs. Ponder.) This place is only a 45-minute drive west of Angelina National Forest, and had we known how much nicer it was, we would have driven away from Caney Creek in… Continue reading Davy, Davy Crockett!