Waking up in valles caldera/bandelier (or campgrounds was basically on the border) was lovely. Since we’d seen bear tracks the night before i slept thinking i would wake up to see one. But we had a lovely view over San Diego canyon. Unfortunately my phone was dead for the morning walk, but it was refreshing […]Read more "Day 5 Valles caldera/bandelier, white sands national monument, and organ mts desert peaks… New Mexico"
It’s seeming to become a theme, we wake up, do a quick walk around camp, pack up, go somewhere completely breathtaking, and then find our next camp. I guess doing it for two days in a row doesn’t really count as a habit. Today, we started in Carson national forest, which was a very relaxing […]Read more "Day 4 Carson national forest, ghost ranch, and valles caldera/bandelier… New Mexico"
We woke up in rita blanca to a lovely sunrise, but were excited to get on the road due to having much we wanted to see and… Well, plague. I can’t emphasize how freaked out I was by the prospect of plague. From there we traveled to capulin volcano, where we were able to hike […]Read more "Day 3 Waking up in rita blanca, capulin volcano, and Carson national forest Texas/New Mexico"
Today we went on a hike and picture taking expedition as soon as we woke up. While there isn’t a lot of things to see at black kettle, i did manage some pictures. The cacti are my favorite. But i am still so floored by the red dirt! After a fair drive through Texas, who […]Read more "Day 2 black kettle national grasslands and Rita Blanca grasslands Oklahoma / Texas"
tonight i set up camp in black kettle national grasslands. I only had time to snap a couple of pictures before dark. Steven and I drove for most of the day, crossing over the majority of Oklahoma and apparently patroning all their toll roads. Seriously! 4 toll roads, it costs $12 just to drive across […]Read more "Day 1- black kettle national grasslands, but mostly the journey there Oklahoma"
I am now officially announcing that I will be going on my trip! I, first off, want to thank the people who donated. There was no way I could have done it without the support and love! Thank you to all the people who also listened to me incessantly rave about it. I am so […]Read more "It is Official!"
Please remember to help fund this blog and allow it to go to bigger and better places by contributing at http://www.gofundme.com/carpartment. As always thank you for reading and I truly appreciate any help. I took a couple day-trips to Honey Creek CA to source some pictures for this post. As I didn’t spend the […]Read more "Honey Creek Conservation Area"