Bighorn Sheep, scientifically referred to as Ovis canadensis. They are experts in blending into their environment and can be found in the mountains of western North America. The males or rams develop curved horns while the females or ewes have shorter horns. Here they are near the side of a highway licking salt from the … Continue reading POTW: Bighorn Sheep
2023 Eastern Caribbean Cruise
NOTE: The purpose and intent of this post is NOT aimed at providing a review of the cruise ship. We recently returned from a 7 night eastern Caribbean cruise aboard the Royal Caribbean Wonder Of The Seas, the world's largest cruise ship, to-date. If you read our prior post, you already know the personal challenges associated … Continue reading 2023 Eastern Caribbean Cruise
Tested and Approved RV Accessories
When we purchased our 2022 Winnebago Micro Minnie FLX 2108DS travel trailer, we purchased many new accessories for it. We are extremely pleased with everything we have purchased thus far and would like to share these with you. We plan to purchase a few items this year that we will add to the list once … Continue reading Tested and Approved RV Accessories
Bairuifu Dry Top Foldable Snorkel Mask
As a first-time snorkeler, I (Stella) wanted something that would provide the most comfortable and enjoyable experience. I didn't want the traditional snorkel because I didn't want to clamp my mouth and teeth around something. And, I don't like the idea of having to breathe through my mouth because I am accustomed to breathing through … Continue reading Bairuifu Dry Top Foldable Snorkel Mask
Fire danger in the high mountains is intensifying: That’s bad news for humans, treacherous for the environment
Fires are increasing in high mountain areas that rarely burned in the past. John McColgan, Bureau of Land Management, Alaska Fire Service Mohammad Reza Alizadeh, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Mojtaba Sadegh, Boise State University As wildfire risk rises in the West, wildland firefighters and officials are keeping a closer eye on the high … Continue reading Fire danger in the high mountains is intensifying: That’s bad news for humans, treacherous for the environment
2023 Winter Wrap-Up and What’s Next?
2023 has been an emotionally charged year for us, for a multitude of reasons. And the culmination of those situations significantly impacted our winter travels. With that said, we only embarked on two winter trips in 2023, both of which were to Grand Lake. Even though that is all we did, those trips possessed elements … Continue reading 2023 Winter Wrap-Up and What’s Next?
POTW: Glacier National Park
Lake McDonald is the crown jewel of Glacier National Park. Located on the western side of the national park, Lake McDonald is a cannot miss destination as the Going-to-the-Sun Road parallels the eastern shore. Lake McDonald is renowned for its colorful rocks that formed over millions of years. Read more about our Great Montana Adventure.