Texas Hill Country

The clear water of the Guadalupe River runs next to a colorful sandstone cliff in Guadalupe River State Park

Winter was coming to the Davis Mountains of west Texas. Tom said “Let’s stay in Texas for the winter. We can go to the Gulf Coast. It’s warmer there.” One good thing about the coast is there’s lots of sand on the beach. I love sand! It feels funny between my toes, and it’s easy … Read more

Davis Mountains, West Texas

The Davis Mountain Scenic Loop follows alongside Limpia Creek through Limpia Canyon near Fort Davis, Texas. Cottonwood trees along the creek begin to show their autumn colors.

The Davis Mountains in West Texas make this Colorado dog feel right at home.  Tom and I have driven through a few times. Every time, Tom says: “Let’s stay here a while next time.” Well, it was finally next time. We camped at Davis Mountain State Park near Fort Davis. There were lots of great … Read more

Smoke and Smoke and Smoke

Smoke hangs over the cliffs of the Coqihalla River Canyon in Hope, British Columbia

After we left the Canadian Rockies, we headed south towards Vancouver. Tom wanted to put our den-on-wheels onto a big boat so we could visit Vancouver Island. But, British Columbia is a big place. We couldn’t drive there all in one day. As we were driving the first day, we saw smoke coming from one … Read more

The Canadian Rockies

Honeymoon Lake sits at the foot of the Endless Chain Ridge in Jasper National Park.

While we were on our way North to Alaska, we drove past some tall, snowy peaks that looked a lot like those in Colorado. Tom said, “Those are the Canadian Rockies. Maybe we’ll stop there on the way back.” So, after we got our den-on-wheels fixed, Tom decided it was time to go for a visit. … Read more