Sometimes the hardest part of traveling is finding a place to stay.
When planning trips we decide only on a general direction. The challenge then becomes where to stay, how long to stay there and hope there is an available place TO stay. Other criteria, which must also be met, makes finding a place even harder.
Texas is a big place, it requires a “whole lotta” miles of driving just to get anywhere. It’s going to take us two more stops along the Rio Grande to reach the coast. The first stop is in Del Rio, Texas. I wasn’t expecting much. Boy was I wrong!
Tourists…they come in all shapes, sizes and abilities. Some lug around huge packs, hiking poles and Camelbak bladders, others walk up to an overlook, take a picture and leave and still others haul kayaks around on their heads to put in at rivers. Wherever they are, we try not to be. Sometimes it can’t be avoided.
Sometimes, in life, it’s good to take some time to think about your priorities.
Really focus on what’s important.
One of the best times for soul searching, is while driving down a lonely desert road. Continue reading
Have you ever set out on a quest hoping for a specific outcome, only to be sadly disappointed and feeling sorry for yourself?
Francisco Vazquez de Coronado y Lujan did exactly that and when we opted to follow in his footsteps, we had the same result. Continue reading
The United States is chock full of National Monuments, Parks and Memorials and yet most of us don’t even know they exist. Natural wonders, historical sites and simple beauty are just waiting to be enjoyed, cherished and explored. Continue reading
Sometimes, a drive forty miles out of the way is not only necessary but worth it!
Especially if there’s an abandoned old bridge at the end of it. Continue reading
Mistakes have been made.
When rushing to outrun weather it’s always a good idea to double check your reservations.
It’s a always a good idea to get back on the horse that bucked you off…
That’s our motto as we drive back the way we came two nights ago.
This time we’re taking the jeep…
I have a bad habit of presuming I know what an experience will be like before I even step out the door.
I need to stop doing that…