After the longest driving day of the roadtrip, we finally arrive at Dinosaur National Monument…which totally blew away our expectations. Here’s a quick run down and pictures of Dinosaur National Monument.
Our longest travel day of the entire roadtrip, heading from Zion National Park to Dinosaur National Monument in one push. As the crow flies this didn’t look like a long trip, but when you add various terrain and one lane roads to the mix, it became an all day affair. But wow, it was sooo worth it.
In the heat of the summer where we live in the California desert to a tent camping roadtrip throughout the cowboy west, this was the first day of that trip.
We sold our sailboat and our skoolie but we still love to travel with our kids. So these posts will highlight some of the extraordinarily places our most recent travels have taken us. This was our first camping roadtrip since leaving the boat, so a bit of a shakedown for all of us.
We love tent camping and road tripping with our kids, tomorrow starts our series about one of those trips!
The wheels on the bus went round and round… …all along I-10! We made the cross-country trek from Florida to California in a mere 10 days thanks to the fearless green landship. We really weren’t racing, just look at our website name. It’s just that we had high hopes of seeing much more of the […]
This place was truly an experience, not just a destination. We didn’t realize how bad we all needed this.
We continue to push west on our skoolie, but had to pause early this day to check out the most beautiful boondocking site….at a winery. Kitty and Great Dane loves it.
Not a full story as we’ve boondocked at one of the most haunted sites in the southwest, and it’s….rad!
“As we sat up on the top deck of our bus watching the sun setting over the orange glow of the Home Depot sign while enjoying the steady rumble of the El Causa food truck’s generator, we toasted to our first safe voyage, the kindness of others, and to many new and unexpected journeys to come.”