I decided to break my Review of our road trip into two parts because really there are two stories. The first story is all about our amazing road trip across America, the sights, the insights and most important the people Continue reading →
For many years we’ve been hearing about Branson, Missouri . I have to admit I had a vision of a senior oriented tourist trap with a few country western shows. This week on our road trip we took a Continue reading →
For nearly 15 years Charlene and I raise kids in Casper, Wyoming and our trips back are always bitter-sweet. We rolled into Casper on Easter Sunday and enjoyed a nice day with our Daughter Tera and the grand kids. On Continue reading →
WWOOF is a worldwide organization that can place volunteers with organic farmers where volunteers work for 4 to 6 hours a day for room and board on their hosts organic farm.
In 2014 Charlene and I worked as volunteers in Continue reading →
Denver’s River North, a district called RiNo is a gem worth exploring. Denver’s newest experiment in urban renewal is a kaleidoscope of youthful entrepreneurial imagination. In an area once known for empty warehouses and railroad frontage entrepreneurs are building and Continue reading →
New Orleans was an old friend from my past and when Maurice and Susan Cooper invited Charlene and I to come stay with them in the French Quarter for four days it was a no brainer. We flew into New Continue reading →