The western side of Saguaro National Park provided expansive vistas. Nearby, we visited Old Tucson, the famed movie studio where more than 400 Western movies were filmed, and we learned more about desert life at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum.
A trip to New Mexico wouldn’t be complete without a stop in Santa Fe. Even in early spring, when the air is still chilly and many of the shops are still hibernating, the town has plenty to offer.Continue reading “Santa Fe, New Mexico”
When someone mentions Albuquerque, we might immediately picture colorful balloons floating into the October sky. However, there is more to the town than hot air: historic Route 66 runs through town, ancient petroglyphs adorn volcanic rocks over 17 miles in Petroglyph National Monument, and one can get a good look at Native American history and culture at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center.Continue reading “Things to See Around Albuquerque, New Mexico”
Is this snow? No, it’s sand! But apparently it’s just as fun to slide down this white hill! White Sands National Park in New Mexico is a hidden gem at the edge of the Chihuahuan Desert, in New Mexico. The dynamic dunes stretch for more than two hundred miles, and form the largest gypsum dune field in the world.Continue reading “White Sands National Park: A Winter Wonderland in the Chihuahuan Desert”
Harvest Hosts is a wonderful program which allows RV travelers to stay overnight on a property such as a farm, winery, brewery, or museum parking lot. We were lucky to be guests of Sombra Antigua Winery in Anthony, Texas, 30 minutes outside El Paso.Continue reading “El Paso and Sombra Antigua Winery, Texas”
Perched at almost 4,500 feet, Alpine is a remote small Texas town, home of The Museum Of The Big Bend On The Sul Ross University Campus. Nearby, Marfa lures visitors with its mysterious lights, historic downtown, and art scene. Less than an hour’s drive up the mountain, the McDonald Observatory is a must-see!Continue reading “Alpine and Marfa, Texas”