Our last chance to see the fall colors before they peak in New Hampshire - and it was amazing! Plus, we begin to prepare for winter camping.
We've come to New Hampshire this fall to see the foliage change color and follow the change as it moves south - an activity known as leaf peeping!
In just one week we've traveled almost 2,500 miles across 12 states on our way from Washington to New York - and we've hit a lot of firsts!
Ordinarily we try not to travel more than 200 miles in a day, but sometimes it doesn't work out that way - like yesterday's 900 mile journey!
Step into this other-worldly landscape and explore exquisite specimens of petrified wood among the badlands and barren desert.
Join us as we pack up our camping gear for the 3-day drive along the Mojave Road across North America's hottest and driest desert.
Once considered the most dangerous National Park, this Sonoran Desert park is the only place in the US where the Organ Pipe Cactus grows wild.
Dating from 1250CE to 1450CE, the cliff-dwellings and artifacts at Tonto National Monument shed light on how the Salado people might have lived.
When I lived in England, I spent over 8 years in and around the North Yorkshire area. It's a beautiful part of England, with several National Parks within easy reach. One of these is the North York Moors National Park, and I was excited for the opportunity to take Diana there when we were back in the UK recently.
Within our busy schedule for our trip to Europe, we had carved out 10 days to visit Scotland. Although I've been to Scotland several times before, it's been years since I last visited and Diana has never been. Scotland is a beautiful country and we were keen to see as much as we could in the short time available to us. Looking back, I think we ended up with the perfect itinerary.
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