Category Archives: Travel

Writing, usually with pertinent photos, about the ups and downs of my travelling sojourn and places that I have visited..

Days Gone By

Boom or gloom?  A drive through the back country roads and small towns in Saskatchewan, Canada, would suggest that life here is far from booming, which is in stark contrast to media reports of a growing economy with potash mines opening … Continue reading

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A Prairie Thing

Move over ‘Newfie’.  Whether departing the confines of Smoking Tent or feeling exhausted after a long drive to finally reach Climax, one thing is certain—Saskatchewan just may be the best province or Territory in Canada for unique place names. A … Continue reading

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Slot Magic on Navajo Nation

Imagine a large sandstone rock measuring 120 feet in height and several hundred feet in length situated at the bottom of a wide dry desert wash.  At some point in history, this rock was split in two with a deep … Continue reading

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Unusual Visitor

A visitor can show up at the most peculiar time.  Dawn is not yet evident, but from the sound of the traffic on the nearby highway, hours of rest are nearing an end.  The trailer is cold as usual.  The morning … Continue reading

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To A Degree

The degree to which you read and absorb any of the material in this post is entirely up to you.  My intention is to give you a glimpse of RV living on a high Arizona desert plain in midwinter.  Depending on … Continue reading

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A Magical Descent

Time has a way of changing things, including my memory.  The last time I was in Sedona was almost twenty years ago.  I was drawn to the area and convinced my partner at the time that we should take a … Continue reading

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What’s Up Sedona?

Flying High The airport in Sedona has been dubbed “America’s Most Scenic Airport” and for good reasons, but driving the steep, narrow and winding road to get there requires a calm set of nerves. The airport boasts only one runway, one hanger, limited … Continue reading

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