We visited Las Vegas recently and heard there were many murals in downtown on Fremont Street. Today’s the day we took a walk to find them and we found LOTS!
Do you love the red rocks of the southeast and need a break from Las Vegas? If so, then drive an hour to Valley of Fire State Park. When you arrive, make your way to the “secret” Fire Wave.
Thermopolis is home to the world’s largest mineral hot spring and if you don’t believe me then read the large sign on the side of a the hill. A very cool town worth a visit.
Do you love arches, hiking and exploring? Then Double O Arch in Moab is where you want to go. It’s a great place to spend a day and find the many arches on this trail. Get your camera ready!
Stunning views from the Stone Fire Lookout Tower at the top of Black Elk Peak / Harney Peak. It’s also sacred ground to Native Americans and a place of reflection.
Great hike that initially descends into the gulch over slick boulders. Very scenic trail with lots of mossy rocks, trees, water crossings and some small waterfalls. Sunday Gulch Trail is lots of fun.
Cathedral Spires & Little Devils Tower are two great hikes in South Dakota with open fields, rock scrambling and dramatic mountain views.
Best hike in Badlands National Park is Notch Trail ~ short and not difficult but still challenging with great views of the White River Valley, Badlands and a fun log ladder.
Driving I-90 heading to the Badlands and out of nowhere we see a huge bull head wearing a blue tarp as a mask! We are about to experience the art of Porter Sculpture Park!
The Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad is a scenic and relaxing 45.2 mile trip between Durango and Silverton in Colorado.