Moose in Colorado

Morning surprise. Moose feeding on the edge of the lake. On a short trip to Buena Vista in Colorado. We drove up to Cottonwood Lake, west of the town on 306. Turn right on W Main Street, at lights. If coming from the North. Follow the road up until you come across the sign toContinue reading “Moose in Colorado”

Glacier National Park

Glacier National Park in winter time is still a great time to visit. access to trails is limited as is road access. When I visited this time in April 2021 the road was open to Lake McDonald lodge. A few people walking on the closed road. Keen hikers heading up Sperry Chatets trail for someContinue reading “Glacier National Park”

New Zealand Landscapes

Landscape prints form the south Island of New Zealand. Wharariki Beach and the Archway Islands. Nelson. Queen Charlotte Drive. West coast of New Zealand. including Arthur’s Pass.

Great Sand Dunes National Park

Driving from Alamosa Colorado its around 32 miles (35min) to the Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve. taking the 160 and the 150. If you are going to camp at the park make a reservation first HERE it can and does get very busy. Or you can camp at the San Luis Lakes WildlifeContinue reading “Great Sand Dunes National Park”

Iguazu Water Falls -Argentina

Iguazu Falls are on the Iguazu river that runs along the Argentine-Brazilian border and is the world’s largest waterfall system. And a is must visit the next time you are in Argentina. With one Hotel that gives you a great view of the Iguazu Falls. With early access to some of the Jungle walking trailsContinue reading “Iguazu Water Falls -Argentina”

Antarctica: Ice and Snow Landscapes

Leaving Ushuaia, Argentina. It took the ship 2 days at sea to cross the Drake passage to the top of the Antarctic peninsula. Weather and sea where kind with only a 4 to 5 meter swell. Heading south to the Antarctic circle and the wonders of Icebergs and landscapes of ice and snow. Icebergs ofContinue reading “Antarctica: Ice and Snow Landscapes”

Moab Hiking

Have the winter blues got you down. Go hiking in Moab, Utah. Or take the mountain bike for a ride on one of the many trails. Arches National Park entrance is the closest to the town of Moab. Or the camping sites on the Colorado river just out of town. With many short hikes forContinue reading “Moab Hiking”

Redwood National Park

After a long 12 hour drive up from Southern California, I got into Crescent City to meet up with a friend that had driven south from Idaho and we were both glad to be out of our cars. The next morning it was coffee in town for the morning heart starter and a look aroundContinue reading “Redwood National Park”