Category: State Parks

Kayaking Palmetto Island State Park

Prior to our yak-packing trip in Grand Teton back in Sept of last year, we had gone almost one full year since putting the kayaks in the water. Since that time, the kayaks have been used no less than four times, two of which took place in the last few...

LBJ to the rescue

I mentioned in my previous post that LBJ – or his State & National Historic Site (#80) – came to our rescue by occupying us for a few hours on a travel day. Being a much-experienced and now jaded National Park visitor, these types (and Forts) usually do not hold...

From Black Canyons to evil public lands

A lot happened since leaving Black Canyon, so sit right back and let me tell you the tale… After our overnight in the National Park, we puled into Montrose, Colorado and dropped the trailer at the local park. Now free of the large appendage, we were able to scout a...

Bodie State Historic Park

Just over two years ago, I started following Kerri on Instagram (at the behest of two friends… I swear, I wasn’t stalking or anything) and soon afterwards commented on an image she posted of Bodie State Historic Park. That comment, although short, was our first interaction, and something we both...