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Wayne R
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Making Tracks and Heading for Home
Despite our promise to keep moving slowly and take one month to travel, once the decision to return home was made, it was a difficult promise to keep. Like the horse heading back to the stable, we were excited return to our beautiful home and welcome spring...

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Makiing Tracks and Heading for Home
Despite our promise to keep moving slowly, once the decision to return home was made, it was a difficult promise to keep. Like the horse heading back to the stable, we were excited to be back to our beautiful home and to enjoy the arrival of spring in Massa...

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More Fun in the California Desert
Early morning rainbow at Culp Valley Campground. The rain never made it into the valley. Our friends, Liz and Jack, told us that we should visit Anza-Borrego Desert State Park in Southern California. Since we wanted to continue west to El Cajon, California ...

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Off to the Racetrack
Racetrack Playa  Racetrack Playa in Death Valley is home to one of the world's most perplexing and intriguing phenomenon. This perfectly flat dry lake bottom has stones the size of bowling balls that move across the lake bed leaving trails of their movement...

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Death Valley National Park
Pass between Pahrump, Nevada and Death Valley To appreciate the desert, one must slow down. Traveling in a car at 55+ miles per hour does not allow one to see the intricate beauty or understand how each rock, plant and lizard relate to one another. So it is...

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Wide Open Spaces in Southern California
The high desert of Joshua Tree National Park looking west toward Los Angeles The 'trees' are actually giant Yucca Where does the time go? It's difficult to believe my last post was three weeks ago. We have been to some marvelous places. After leaving Picach...

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Lines on a Map
We were sad to leave our friends, Liz and Jack when we departed Bisbee. SR90 took us through Sierra Vista then to SR82 west at Sonoita where we turned north onto SR83 to take us to Empire Ranch Road and the entrance to Las  Cienegas National Conservation Ar...

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Holiday in Southwest
Stone dam in Huecos Tanks State Historical Park Feeling proud for reaching Guadalupe Peak, Sarah and I rewarded ourselves with a short drive of only about 90 miles further west to Hueco Tanks State Historical Park just east of El Paso. This was a must stop ...

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Back at Big Bend
The Mary Joan in Chisos Basin Campground (note the large boulders at the side of the road they will be revealed) From Seminole Canyon State Park, we continued west on US90 to Marathon, TX. We stopped in Marathon long enough to collect the mail we had delive...

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Back In The Southwest
Businesses all over town have frog themed murals One of the most enjoyable parts of traveling is enjoying the culinary traditions of so many areas of the country. And, Louisiana certainly does not disappoint when it comes to food. In the spring of 2013 Sara...
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