Month: February 2014

  • Weekend in Sedona – let the energy flow!

    We really enjoyed our very short visit in Sedona back in November so decided to catch it again on our way westward last week. We stayed at the Distant Drums RV Resort in Camp Verde and drove up to Oak Creek / Sedona on Saturday and Sunday. On Saturday we had a bit of a […]

  • Adventures in Tucson, Arizona

    We stayed in Tucson for 10 days and it was full of fun and adventure. Yet another stop where we experienced so much more than what you can find on paper… The first part of our adventure was choosing to stay at the Voyager RV Park. It is a massive (4000 people) adult only community […]

  • Pima Air Museum & boneyard

    The PIMA Air Museum is one of the largest Air & Space Museum’s in the world, and the largest non-government funded aviation museum. There are over 300 airplanes PLUS the entire AMARG boneyard… We spent the morning walking through the 5 hangars plus taking a trolley tour of the outside display space. It is amazing […]

  • Saguaro National Park – Tucson, Arizona

    I’m not a big fan of the desert landscape…it just doesn’t do much for me. Having gone through a ranger naturalist walk at Saguaro National Park, I am now much more appreciative of the subtle complexities of the desert neighbourhood and the different plants and animals that make it home. Saguaro National Park is actually […]

  • Fantasy Island – Mtn biking in Tucson

    Tucson has a really active outdoor culture and are building a solid mountain bike reputation. We stopped in at Ben’s Bikes and got some great trail information and recommendations. We only ended up riding one day and chose to do Fantasy Island, which is a very tight network of trails right in town on 3 […]