Wind Cave National Park

August 1st, 2018 Today is our tour of Wind Cave National Park. We got up early and got to Wind Cave a little after the visitor center opened. There were three tours to choose from and we chose the earliest one. It was about a half mile and we went down about 150 feet navigating … Continue reading Wind Cave National Park

Billings to Devil’s Tower

July 30th, 2018 Yesterday we drove from Billings to Devil's Tower. It was a long drive but we got to stop at the battle at Little Bighorn Memorial. We chased some storms through Wyoming and got to see a full rainbow. Of course this provided excellent photos with Goldie. We got to our campsite about … Continue reading Billings to Devil’s Tower

Glacier National Park

April 13th, 2018 Wednesday we left Missoula and drove to Glacier National Park. It was a lot snowier than we expected but stayed above freezing. We got there pretty early so we went on a little hike. The Going to The Sun road is plowed but not open so we walked that. It was absolutely … Continue reading Glacier National Park

Craters of The Moon National Monument

April 9th, 2018 Yesterday we left Jackpot and made our way to Challis, Idaho. our first stop was the Minidoka National Historic Site. It was an internment camp in the 1940's. It was pretty big and wasn't even done when the Japanese arrived so they had to finish it themselves. They spent three years farming … Continue reading Craters of The Moon National Monument

Redwood National and State Park

July 17, 2017 Today we drove to the California coast. We stopped in Redding for lunch and gas and it was 99 degrees at noon. There was a nice lake we stopped and put our toes in, Whiskey town lake. When we got to the coast it was barely 70 degrees. I had class so … Continue reading Redwood National and State Park

Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks

July 9 and 10, 2017 We woke up and had a delicious free breakfast in our hotel and headed out. It took a few hours but we finally started heading up the mountains. We gained about 7,000 feet on the road up to the park. We stopped at the King's Canyon visitor center to buy … Continue reading Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks