Georgia’s Little Grand Canyon

October 27th, 2023 Although the name suggests that the canyon near Lumpkin, Ga developed over millennia, sadly, the erosion that created this beautiful landscape happened due to poor farming practices in the 1800s. Tim, Reba and I took on the 2.5 mile Canyon Loop trail that is rated easy to moderate. Tim says that isContinue reading “Georgia’s Little Grand Canyon”

Beartooth Hwy + Chief Joseph Scenic Byway

July 31st, 2023 The Beartooth Highway, an All-American Road runs 68 miles from Red Lodge, Montana to the east entrance of Yellowstone National Park, just outside of Cooke City, Montana. The Beartooth Highway has been called “Highway to the Sky” and was named the most beautiful drive in North America by late journalist Charles Kuralt.Continue reading “Beartooth Hwy + Chief Joseph Scenic Byway”

Trapped in Paradise

July 12th 2023 You can checkout anytime you’d like, but you can never leave….welcome to Yellowstone National Park in July. We loved 99% of everything at Yellowstone National Park. I wrote several posts about the magnificent geysers, valleys, mountains, rivers, streams and meadows and of course the beautiful wildlife. But they have GOT to getContinue reading “Trapped in Paradise”

Reba’s Reviews – Whitefish, MT dog park

July 19th, 2023 Voted number one dog park in the US by Mini Aussie, Reba McIntyre Lafond……drumroll….and the winner is……drumroll…….The Hugh Rogers Wag Park in Whitefish, Montana! This gorgeous 5 acre public dog park has multiple fenced areas where you can run your tail off. Your humans can throw the ball as far as theContinue reading “Reba’s Reviews – Whitefish, MT dog park”

The Grand Teton National Park

July 8th, 2022 We visited Yellowstone’s little sister park, Grand Teton while Emily was staying with us. This park is about 1/10th the total acerage of Yellowstone, but it packs in gorgeous mountains, valleys, meadows, lakes and incredible hikes. We stopped at Jackson Lake Lodge to check out the beautiful architecture and incredible views. GrandContinue reading “The Grand Teton National Park”

Yellowstone & Tetons – The ANIMALS

June 29 – July 13th, 2023 When you think of Yellowstone and animals, I’ll bet the bison is the first that comes to mind. Wiki says that the bison herd in Yellowstone is one of the oldest and largest herds in the US. They estimate that there are just under 5,000 bison in the park.Continue reading “Yellowstone & Tetons – The ANIMALS”

Yellowstone – Waterfalls and rivers

June 29th – July 13th, 2023 We spent nine total days exploring Yellowstone National Park. Because Yellowstone sits on an inactive volcano, it is known well for the hot springs, geysers and that make it the largest concentration of thermal features in the world. But not all the water in the park is hot. YellowstoneContinue reading “Yellowstone – Waterfalls and rivers”

Yellowstone – the steamy side

June 29th – July 13th, 2023 We spent two weeks at the KOA in West Yellowstone and visited the park nine times. The park is huge. You could spend a lifetime there (and some employees do) exploring the 2.2 million acres of mountains and valleys, rivers and lakes, prairies, canyons, trails, geysers, hot springs, fumaroles,Continue reading “Yellowstone – the steamy side”