A day of wandering with Juniper the Wonder Dog: the ancient forest remains, painted desert, and blue mesa of Arizona’s Petrified Forest National Park. Continue reading Visiting our Dog-Friendliest National Park: Petrified Forest
Days 3-5 (August 2019) Orilla Verde Recreation Area in Rio Grande del Norte National Monument Camping in Orilla Verde Recreation Area In August 2018, we crossed the Rio Grand Gorge Bridge, stopping to walk the bridge and peer 650 feet down to the river below. For the past year I have been looking forward to returning … Continue reading Two Days in the Rio Grande Gorge: Finding Solitude in Orilla Verde Recreation Area
Spending my birthday in one of New Mexico’s cultural gems is a treat. Even better, I find it to be one of the most dog-friendly cities I’ve never had the pleasure of visiting! Continue reading A Walk about Dog-friendly Taos, New Mexico
Wandering the blue highways of northern New Mexico is a true treat. Today’s route takes me through state parks and national forest, near Hermit’s Peak and through wildflowers by Coyote Creek, past a restored Fred Harvey railroad hotel. And did I mention the secretive Scientology base? Continue reading A day of Wandering New Mexico’s Blue Highways: 7 Towns, 3 State Parks, 1 National Forest
On Day 1 of my Southwest roadtrip with Juniper, I am entertained by quirky roadside attractions, drive a lonely highway to to a pretty high-desert lake, and am reminded just how uncomfortable desert camping can be in August. Continue reading Small Town Kitsch on the road to Conchas Lake State Park
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