Manitou Springs got its name from the natural mineral springs around town. Some of them are private but a few are public. All the water is potable, so grab your drinking cup and visit the springs with me.Continue reading →
2019 travel was a relatively slow year for travel. We bought a house and that tied up funds for a while, but that doesn’t mean we didn’t do some traveling.Continue reading →
I was reflecting back on all the traveling I did last year, so I thought I’d write a post about it. This is just a summary. Feel free to click on links to read more about each adventure.Continue reading →
The logical thing to do is take the simple, hour long, non-stop flight from Bangkok to Siem Reap.
But since I was traveling alone, I wanted a little adventure.Continue reading →
I thought I was a world traveler, but I was wrong. This is my first trip to Asia!Continue reading →
I had been to the Great Sand Dunes National Monument numerous times when I lived in Alamosa, Colorado. I had even camped at their camp ground. But when I read that you could actually camp on the dune field, I knew that would be my next adventure.Continue reading →
During out most recent trip Peru, I made a Machu Picchu Travel Guide with suggestions for transportation, eating and adventures!Continue reading →