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Bye, Bye Betty

I never imagined myself pushing a shopping cart filled with my treasured belongings through a parking lot! The wheels bounced over the pavement as I steadied the cart’s teetering contents. Unconventional, yes, but it was my way of helping Greg unload the U-Haul truck….

Visitors’ Delight

You know spring is shoving winter off the weather pedestal when you stuff your super-undies — a “Greg-ism” for base layers rated at -20 degree temperatures — back in the drawer in favor of a lighter version. Warmer temperatures in the Yellowstone area are…

Nature’s Lessons

Stealthily, they marched in like a dashed-black-line in motion, creeping into kitchen drawers and across counter tops, scattering only when chased by gigantic paper-towel-clad hands. Ants, they never give up! The southern Calif. rains rolled in drenching Betty, our diesel damsel, washing away repellents,…

THREE YEARS ON THE ROAD AND……..

Three Years On the Road And….. ……still rolling!  April 24, 2016  marked our third year as full-time RV’ers and still the gypsy spirit calls. Reflecting on this past year, three words play in my mind: simplicity, stuff and support. In many ways, life on the…

Pups and Pelicans

After spending months in the Arizona and California deserts, Greg and I headed to the coast for a day.  A light mist curtained the rocky shores of La Jolla, California as the morning sun sparkled through.  I closed my eyes, inhaled the crisp, ocean…

Greg’s New Photography Website

I think of myself as the voice for Greg’s photography. His photos inspire me, not only for their compelling creativity, but for the stories behind the images. You may see an eagle’s piercing stare but I see myself standing ankle-deep in mud at the…

Looking Back on Our 2015 Yellowstone Adventure

Looking Back on our 2015 Yellowstone Adventure The trail curved, cutting through tall brush and berry bushes.  Several hikers rounded the bend and froze. Twenty of us stood poised with cameras and binoculars.  I’m sure they didn’t expect a welcoming committee! We waved them…

The Breakfast Club

Nothing is more thrilling than watching grizzlies and wolves together in the wild. Ok, maybe that’s an exaggeration but it certainly is a great way to start a wildlife scouting day in Yellowstone National Park. Greg woke me at 4AM to start our excursion…

Two-Plus Years on the Road And……

Two-Plus Years on the Road And….. …still rolling!  We crossed our second year mark as full-time RV’ers on April 24, 2015 and still the gypsy spirit calls. In year two, we journeyed to fewer destinations, stayed longer and traveled more deeply. Betty seemed to…

Soaring with Eagles

 Soaring with Eagles   Standing on the river bank we soared with eagles…..or so it seemed watching this mighty bird of prey take flight.  A pair of bald eagles frequented an area along the Madison River a few miles from Yellowstone’s West Entrance and from April through September one or both…

Grizzly Tales

Grizzly Tales “Folks, please step closer to the bear so you don’t get hit by a car.” “Well, that’s a first!”, a fellow photographer chuckled as we happily inched closer to the grizzly.  I have to hand it to Yellowstone National Park Rangers working…

In Search of the Elusive Moose

In Search of the Elusive Moose “There’s a moose near highway 191 at mile marker 25”! “, our  friend texted on his way to Bozeman, MT.  We dashed to the site but saw no moose.  After hanging around for awhile, scanning willow brush and…

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