Santa Fe, New Mexico’s El Rancho de las Golondrinas

The Santa Fe New Mexico attraction El Rancho de las Golondrinas, is only 15 miles south of downtown Santa Fe, New Mexico and 45 minutes north of Albuquerque, New Mexico. The 200 acres living history ranch is the site that was once a stop on the El Camino Real and now is an immersive Southwest living history ranch of the 1700s and 1800s. Continue reading Santa Fe, New Mexico’s El Rancho de las Golondrinas

Lily Lake Hike & Area – Rocky Mountain National Park & Estes Park Colorado

A great family hike in Colorado’s Rocky Mountain National Park is Lily Lake, just outside of Estes Park, Colorado. Lily Lake is inside the boundaries of RMNP. But you do not have to go through the national park entrance to access this beautiful alpine lake. And it is a hop skip and a jump from Estes Park, Colorado! This easy accessible hike is great and the views are specular. We will also talk about the wildlife and things to see at Lily Lake. We will also show you a hidden Seven Keys Lodge right next to Lily Lake. A lodge that most visitors miss. Continue reading Lily Lake Hike & Area – Rocky Mountain National Park & Estes Park Colorado

Haunting Colorado Ghost Resort Left to Rot – Interlaken

Come along with us as we take a hike high in the Rocky Mountains just outside of Leadville, Colorado to a haunting abandoned ghost resort called Interlaken. The abandoned Interlaken Ghost Resort, is located on the south side of Twin Lakes and was considered one of Colorado’s most beautiful resort in the late 1800’s. But for nearly a century, the abandoned resort’s buildings were left to crumble and its access road was cut off by a rising lake. Leaving it alone and only accessible by trail or by boat. So come along with us as we hike along a stunning alpine lake to the Interlaken Ghost Resort just outside of Leadville, Colorado. Continue reading Haunting Colorado Ghost Resort Left to Rot – Interlaken

Supermoon over Savannah River with river boat in the foreground.

New Travel Facebook Group For All

Whether you drive, fly, or do staycations, this is the place for you. This Facebook group is where creators, travelers, explorers, adventures or those that need some travel planning advice come together. We even love those who travel to haunted locations and cemeteries. Share your pictures, videos, blogs, events, or podcasts as it relates to going some where and seeing the sites. Come join: https://www.facebook.com/groups/520483409235729/ Continue reading New Travel Facebook Group For All

Sego Canyon Ghost Town and Petroglyphs

Sego Canyon petroglyphs and Sego ghost town are a short drive from Hwy 70 in Utah. On our road trip to Moab, Utah, we took a short detour to Sego Ghost Town, Thompson Springs Living Ghost Town, and Sego Canyon Rock Art. Continue reading Sego Canyon Ghost Town and Petroglyphs

Moab, John Wayne and the Red Cliffs Lodge

On a long Moab, Utah road trip, nothing is more relaxing than staying in a resort hotel that includes the Colorado River, a Western Movie museum, great food and accommodations, horses, and a spectacular view. Come along with us as we show you The Red Cliffs Lodge, our favorite place to stay in Moab, Utah. Continue reading Moab, John Wayne and the Red Cliffs Lodge

Moab, Utah Scenic Highway 128

Moab, Utah has spectacular scenic roads. Come on a road trip with us as we drive through Moab Scenery, Scenic Byway HWY 128 and drive along the Colorado River. We will drive along the red cliffs and Colorado River of Southern Utah as we make our way to Moab, Utah. We will take you from Highway I-70, down Byway 128, stop at The Red Cliffs Lodge, then onto the town of Moab. Along the way we will see eagles, campground, boaters, rock climbers and more. Continue reading Moab, Utah Scenic Highway 128

Moab to Canyonlands Tour by Boat on the Colorado River

Seeing Moab, Utah from a boat tour on the Colorado River is an awe inspired experience thing to do. Come along with us on a road trip to Moab as we get on the water to take a jet boat tour of the Colorado River, Dead Horse Point, and Canyonlands. On the way we will stop for petroglyphs, other boaters, and the beautiful Moab scenery and red cliffs of Southern Utah. Continue reading Moab to Canyonlands Tour by Boat on the Colorado River