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Bear Lake and Logan UT, here we come!!

Leaving Moab was hard, there was still so much we wanted to see!  Guess, we'll just have to plan another trip, right? Right!! We left Moab to go to our next stop at Bear Lake, UT. We'll take day trips into Logan, UT to see where I went to college, Utah State University.  I spent… Continue reading Bear Lake and Logan UT, here we come!!

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Yellowstone, Buffalo vs Bison, Greybull, WY and National Dog Day.

We left Island Park bright and early Saturday morning (7:00 AM to be exact), gassed up and started our trip to Greybull WY where we plan to spend one night on our way to the Black Hills in SD. We've been to Yellowstone before but went toward the south end of the park and continued… Continue reading Yellowstone, Buffalo vs Bison, Greybull, WY and National Dog Day.

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4th of July Pass, the Oasis Bordello and Museum, the Silver Dollar Saloon, and Butte MT. (NSFW)

We're on the road again and left Liberty Lake this morning about 7:00 AM. It's always such a pretty drive going across the northern Idaho panhandle with Lake Couer D'Alene, the 4th of July Pass, Lookout Pass and driving into Montana.   So far the 4th of July pass was the highest at 3049 feet… Continue reading 4th of July Pass, the Oasis Bordello and Museum, the Silver Dollar Saloon, and Butte MT. (NSFW)

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And we’re off (almost) – our Epic Road Trip, the Solar Eclipse, and Henry the Jackalope.

Where we're going, and what we're doing for the next 38-40 days or longer.

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Making a list, checking it twice – the blessing (and the curse) of checklists

So, we are feverishly getting ready for our epic road trip, which means my "checklisting nerdiness" is in full glory (or perhaps rearing it's ugly head is a better description).  I've got 4 checklists that I'm working with, and that doesn't include what I'm doing for meal planning and grocery shopping. I've got a Packing… Continue reading Making a list, checking it twice – the blessing (and the curse) of checklists

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We’re going where? and when? How are we getting there? Planning our adventure.

Not sure if I've mentioned it or not, but we're getting ready to go on an epic (at least epic for us) road trip. We're looking at being gone at least 38 days and perhaps 40 or more depending on how things are going. And we're hoping we've got all of the kinks worked out… Continue reading We’re going where? and when? How are we getting there? Planning our adventure.

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How about a portable AC for Fido? (MacGuyver would be proud!)

It happens to everyone, you're driving down the road and you see that sign with a big arrow!  "Stop here to see the largest ball of twine in the world."  How can you pass that up?  Of course, you have to stop. OH NO!!! As you pull up, you see a sign that says "no… Continue reading How about a portable AC for Fido? (MacGuyver would be proud!)

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How much wood could a woodchuck burn if a burn ban wasn’t in place? And the beauty of propane fire pits.

Did you know that most forest fires are started by campfires? Did you know that in 2016 from January thru December, 65,575 fires burned 5,446,520 acres which are 83.1 acres burned per fire? And so far in 2017 from January thru May 57,585 fires burned 2,763,464 acres burned which are 48.0 acres burned per fire.[1]… Continue reading How much wood could a woodchuck burn if a burn ban wasn’t in place? And the beauty of propane fire pits.