Cajun Shrimp & Andouille Sausage Boil Foil Packets

Easy, make-ahead foil packets packed with shrimp, sausage, corn, zucchini (aka croquettes) and potatoes. It’s a full meal with zero clean-up. Also known as the Beaufort Boil, Tidewater Boil, Frogmore Stew – though it is frog-less and is not a stew. The Low Country Boil is from South Carolina and is the answer to the New England Clambake and the Louisiana Seafood Boil. But where I come from, Southern California, it is called Shrimp Boil. And we love anything you can throw onto the grill and is fast. Continue reading Cajun Shrimp & Andouille Sausage Boil Foil Packets

Exploring Galveston Island, Texas Before Your Cruise

Exploring Galveston Island, Texas Before Your Cruise – Before our Carnival cruise to Cozumel Mexico, we stayed on Galveston Island, Texas. A great town just outside of Houston, Texas. In our short time there, we explored some of the hotels, restaurants, and sights. In this video we will show you some of our recommendations for hotels, restaurants, and things to do and see. We only scratched the surface of all the amazing things to do and see in Galveston, Texas. We do recommend that you plan for several days in Galveston before or after your cruises. It is well worth it. Or, just come visit this unique Texas island. Continue reading Exploring Galveston Island, Texas Before Your Cruise

Road Trip – Highway 70 Through the Rocky Mountain

Come take a tour of the Rocky Mountains in Colorado as we travel along Interstate Highway 70. We will start in Denver and end in Glenwood Canyon. We will take a look at towns and sites such as Golden, Morrison, Red Rock Amphitheater, Dinosaur Ridge, Denver’s buffalo herd, Buffalo Bill Cody’s grave and museum, Evergreen, Central City, Idaho Springs, Georgetown and its big horn sheep, Eisenhower tunnel, Vail, and more. So, take a trip with us and see some of our favorite places. Continue reading Road Trip – Highway 70 Through the Rocky Mountain

The Saturn V Rocket Made This Scientist Cry

Happy Memorial Day weekend to everyone. In this video we visit the Johnson Space Center, in Houston, Texas. Where we visit the Saturn V rocket and Colorado Martini fulfills a dream of visiting Mission Control. We also remember the men and women who have come before us in the NASA program. Along with remembering all of the brave astronauts that we have loss. Continue reading The Saturn V Rocket Made This Scientist Cry

The Southern California Date Shake

I grew up in Southern California. Better known as SoCal to us locals. Nothing was more iconic in my California life than the Date Shake. My summers were spent on the sun-soaked beaches between Newport Beach and Laguna Beach. During the winter months, when the weather was too cold at the beach, we would hop out to the Palm Springs desert area in the Coachella Valley. Where date farms are king. Continue reading The Southern California Date Shake

The Crossing memorial

TRAGEDY AND HOPE AT THE CROSSING

In this investigation, we first stopped at the Greeley, Colorado State Armory. Where the bodies of 20 children were taken after a horrible school bus accident on a railroad crossing in 1961. The Armory acted as a temporary morgue. We catch several hits on the KII meter. These hits were like kids were playing with it. Then we were off to the crash site itself. Continue reading TRAGEDY AND HOPE AT THE CROSSING