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I can't believe it's been a year since I upgraded from my NuCamp T@G to the NuCamp T@B 320, but more importantly, I can't believe it's been 9 months since I wrote about travel and camping. It hasn't been from a lack of adventures because we have made multiple trips in the new T@B and … Continue reading A Year In the T@B and Many Adventures
As I end 2021, I reflect on how different things are from this time last year. Even though there is another strong wave of Covid across the world and the economy is still not in a great place, thankfully, I am in a better place. Because of that I will get to start a new … Continue reading New Year! New Teardrop!
When I was in Arizona I stumbled upon one of the most interesting historic sites I've been too, but had never heard of, Walnut Canyon National Monument. It is actually a National Park and you can get in free with a National Parks pass, but not what you think of being called a "monument." Surprisingly … Continue reading Walnut Canyon Arizona – Unexpected Ruins in the US
While on my Southwest trip I spent a week in Flagstaff Arizona. Part of the goal was to visit The Grand Canyon again but I also wanted to visit some of the other area attractions I didn't have time for the last time I was there. Flagstaff has a special meaning because it's really where … Continue reading Arizona – So Much More Than Desert
While I was in Utah I did spend a lot of my time at Arches National Park, but I stayed that week in Moab and also visited other attractions in the area. It was a little bit different type of stay than I normally do, but it was nice. I stayed at the Canyonlands RV … Continue reading Moab Utah – The Desert in August
In August of 2021 I finally made it Utah to see some of the National Parks that have been on my bucket list. I knew about the vastness of Canyonlands and that it's on a scale with the Grand Canyon, but I was not prepared for how unique and beautiful The Arches is. While it … Continue reading The Arches National Park
If you have been a long time reader of this blog, you know I love architecture, so even though the Mandy Lea photography workshop was primarily waterfalls and wild flowers, I was happy we had part of a day shooting at the ghost town of Animas Forks, outside of Silverton Colorado. Like most of the … Continue reading Animas Forks Colorado Ghost Town
I will start with the fact that I had every intention of keeping up with blog posts on the road, but the reason I didn't is actually a good thing. Traveling and working has been a great experience and I am increasingly happy that I get this opportunity. That being said, I did stay very … Continue reading Fastest Route To Colorado and Blog Posts Improvements
I know there has been quite a bit of time since my announcement about a new job, with no blog posts. As expected, I was getting acclimated to a new company, as well as a different way to work. None of that has been bad, quite the opposite, this job and company has offered more … Continue reading Traveling Office
As I write this post, I am preparing to start a new job this week. I am very excited to say I have been able to find a remote working job. The company, industry and what I will be doing is not that important. At least not to the context of this post and how … Continue reading New Chapter, New Book