This is now my 3rd government shutdown to experience since I started volunteering. All have been under the leadership of … Continue reading Volunteering & Government Shutdowns
One of our favorite trails to hike at Shenandoah National Park was the Rose River Trail. This was the only … Continue reading Hiking the Rose River Trail
When applying for a volunteer campground host position on Volunteer.Gov, the duties that are listed tend to be fairly similar. … Continue reading Chasing Bears
In the Shenandoah National Park, I see many creatures. Some I see on a more frequent basis than expected. Park … Continue reading Shenandoah Creatures
It’s been a while since my last post. After Picketpost Trailhead, we drove a round-about way to our next volunteer … Continue reading Shenandoah National Park
In my post Arches National Park I said that I would need to return and see the areas that I missed due … Continue reading Return to Arches National Park
About 65 miles southwest of my campground in Moab, is The Needles portion of Canyonlands National Park. A couple of … Continue reading Canyonlands National Park – Part 2
Canyonlands National Park covers 527 square miles of southeastern Utah. It is divided into three sections: Island in the Sky, … Continue reading Canyonlands National Park – Part 1
I wonder how many arches are in Arches National Park.
I look upon Arches National Park every day. It sits across the Colorado River from my campsite.