Sunset after a storm in the northern plains of the panhandle of Texas. The next photo is a different night but a spectacular sunset (in my opinion) while we were at the Adventure Zipline Park above Palo Duro Canyon. Photos taken by my husband, Thomas E. Dye God's ever-changing creation never ceases to amaze and … Continue reading Sunsets Over The Plains
We are now in the area of Santa Fe, NM. It is called the "Land of Enchantment" with good reason. The landscape changes from shrub covered knolls, rolling hills, and mountains of purple, terra cotta, and everything in between; from rugged rock to sand, to a mixture of both on the same mountainside in a … Continue reading Traveling: Water Conservation
This photo was taken in 2001 when my husband's parents took us in their 34' Airstream on a summer trip to Alaska. They are the ones pictured here. Tips I learned from my sweet mother-in-law: Don't pull the drain stopper out of the sink when emptying dishwater. Loosen it so it will catch the food … Continue reading Travel Tips: Clogged Drains
We were in Grants, New Mexico. There is no shortage of things to see and do in this area. Our motorhome was situated at the Bar S RV Park in Milan, about seven miles from Grants. It was in this are that we hiked trails in the El Malapais National Park and Reserve. We hiked … Continue reading An Ice Volcano?