Ancient Cities, Late Snow, and a New Jack in Cortez, CO

With Ken’s health steadily improving, and no further need to stay in the Moab area, we were happy to head east into Colorado in search of new adventures. The main focus of this visit would be Mesa Verde National Park and the surrounding areas of archaeological interest. The Four Corners region and particularly Southwestern Colorado … Read moreAncient Cities, Late Snow, and a New Jack in Cortez, CO

Well That Sucks: Serious Illness on the Road

Remember at the end of my last post how I joked about public health authorities quarantining us? Well, that actually happened. Sort of. Unfortunately Ken’s flu-like symptoms persisted and his condition continued to deteriorate, so on our last scheduled day in Moab we visited the walk-in clinic at the hospital in hopes they could offer … Read moreWell That Sucks: Serious Illness on the Road

A Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Travel Day

Full time travel is most definitely not always a bed of roses, and our trip from Cape Blanco down to Klamath, California was a vivid illustration of many of the things that can make living on the road annoying. And of course they all happened on the same day. So for those interested in disaster … Read moreA Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Travel Day