Hanging Out in Bayou Country

We camped at six different Louisiana State Parks in eight days. Can’t sit still for some reason. 😁 With a campervan it’s easy to move to a new spot, so rather than coming back to the same spot after a day of touring, we just grab a spot at whatever park happens to be nearby.Continue reading “Hanging Out in Bayou Country”

Another End of the Road…

Our next ‘end of the road’ was a day trip to Cypremort Point State Park on the Gulf. We wanted to see the Gulf and put our toes in the water. The blast of cold that’s running through the south meant that the temps barely hit 50F.  Cold north winds made it a poor dayContinue reading “Another End of the Road…”

The Great Salt Lake

A half-dozen trips to Utah and we finally saw the Great Salt Lake. We’ve been to Arches, Zion, Bryce and Canyonlands at least a couple of times each. We’ve been to Dinosaur, Capitol Reef, Goosenecks, Goblin and even Hovenweep. But never to the Lake. The lake is an interesting curiosity, but the Bear River MigratoryContinue reading “The Great Salt Lake”

The Tularosa Basin, Bosque del Apache

The Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge is famous as a wintering spot for sandhill cranes and snow geese. The refuge consists of a series of large diked ponds adjacent to the Rio Grande, flooded and drained as needed to maintain wildlife habitat. The managed flooding is intended to emulate the natural flooding of theContinue reading “The Tularosa Basin, Bosque del Apache”