At the Grand Canyon, Part 1
Over the years, several women I have known have done rim to rim hikes of the Grand Canyon but I could never go myself. I hope that one day I will.
I’m outside over 50, and just getting started.
I’m breaking in some hiking boots this morning. Hiking boots that I took to the Grand Canyon with me a few weeks ago but decided not to wear because I wasn’t sure they were broken in.
Plan Your Labor Day Weekend; Arizona Style
If you’re from Arizona and are looking to spend your Labor Day weekend locally, here are some great events to look into.
Three Unique Southwest Stays – Airbnb
I am excited to start this series and continue on with it to help you uncover more options for your stays as you travel. This way you can be excited about your travel itinerary as well as where you’ll be
How to Visit Joshua Tree National Park in a Day
We started up at the Northern tip of the park and made our way down taking Park Boulevard to Pinto Basin Road to Cottonwood Springs Road. Here’s all the spots I hit.
4 Day Joshua Tree – Salton Sea – Anza Borrego Itinerary
Four days, three places I’ve never seen before, and my heart was so full. I took four days to explore Joshua Tree National Park, Salton Sea, and Anza-Borrego Desert State Park.
Southwest Summer Events (Part 1)
Between summer vacations, spending more time with family and friends, and so many summer events, there’s plenty of things to fill your calendar with.
Weekend Road Trip to Tombstone and Tucson, AZ
That old, rustic, feel is carried out throughout the entire town, the vibes seeping through the walls full of over a hundred years of stories. Anyways, Tombstone was the first stop.
It’s Spring Break Time! – AZ Edition
The weather is warming and it’s time to start planning your perfect Spring Break getaway! This is geared towards those who live in the southwest and are looking for a destination you can drive to.
A Taste of Spain in Arizona
Stepping inside the church is truly like taking a step back in time. There’s paintings of what once was, the blues and reds, once so vibrant, are now dulled and faded from standing and weathering the storm for centuries.