NW Wyoming: As Luck Would Have It.

Ahh, the Tetons! After a long, 16-month hiatus from road trip journalism, I’m inspired to start writing a relatively short log entry immediately after returning from a fall foliage exploration of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks in northwestern Wyoming. I originally intended to include Montana’s Glacier National Park, which is my usual fall destination, … More NW Wyoming: As Luck Would Have It.

Four Corners Region: Fun under Sun, Moon & Stars

“I shall sit here, on and off, for days and days.”  – Queen’s Footman in Alice in Wonderland I started my spring 2018 photo-blog later than usual.  During the three weeks I was on the road I didn’t write anything until the day before I hit the road for home, actually wondering if I’d write a blog … More Four Corners Region: Fun under Sun, Moon & Stars

Canadian Rockies: Best Scenery, Worst Road Trip

Jasper and Banff national parks are arguably Canada’s most luminous crown jewels.  The first and last time I drove through the Canadian Rockies was in July 1986, when I helped two friends, Valerie and Dave, drive a 1967 Chevy Malibu convertible from St. Paul to Anchorage via Fairbanks (see previous blog).  We drove through Glacier … More Canadian Rockies: Best Scenery, Worst Road Trip