Here is the last round of photos pulled from Trey’s camera on our trip. He didn’t use the camera quite as much and we didn’t stop nearly as often in the Midwest as we had out West. He still took some good ones!
One of the interesting things we saw heard at Arches National Park was a young man playing music on Tibetan “singing bowls” at the base of the Double Arch. The notes that reverberated from the steel bowls made a really beautiful ambient melody that echoed around the natural cove created by the arches. Trey was quite fascinated […]
One of my favorite things about driving across America off the interstate system is that you run into all sorts of wonderful surprises. On this road trip, one of those surprises was found in the tiny town of Hanksville, Utah. On the side of the road I spotted dozens of dinosaurs made out of scrap […]
When camping at Monahans Sandhills in Texas, I woke up before sunrise and walked out on the dunes. It was dead quiet and seemed like I was the only human on earth. The sun rose slowly with a orangish-red glow and created the most incredible shadows across the dunes. I’ll probably follow this up in […]
Petroglyph National Monument protects a variety of cultural and natural resources including volcanoes, archeological sites and an estimated 24,000 carved images. After picking Heidi up at the airport we drove a mere 15 minutes to this site in Albuquerque, New Mexico. We had a short PB&J lunch before hiking in the blazing sun along the […]
This remote location on the eastern edge of Death Valley is a ghost town turned outdoor art exhibit.