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Blog, Nebraska, Review, South Dakota, T@b, Travel, Wyoming

The KOAs of I-80 and I-90

“As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.”  OK, so since we have put an end to KOA-shaming, let’s talk about some of the KOAs from my most recent trip. Specifically, I will give you quick reviews of 4 KOA Journey Campgrounds along I-80 and I-90 through the Midwest and plains states. Grand Island, […]

Blog, Photography, Utah

Special Promotion on my Best Selling Photo

[info_box]Can you feel sand and dust blowing into your eyes? This photo, captures the iconic view, entering Monument Valley, with dramatic lighting and skies, from a dust storm. This image has been my best seller and it is now available at a deep discount for a limited time (through Friday.) For approximately 40% off the normal price, you will receive this […]

T@b, Travel

Tread Lightly

To some a photo of a Jeep in a remote mountain or desert setting is exciting to others it is a nuisance. I do some light to moderate off-road travel. My Jeeps have and will take me places that I could never get to otherwise. When I capture those moments and share them I take […]

Camping on a cold January night at Punderson State Park
Campground Review, Ohio, T@b, Travel

Winter Camping at Punderson State Park

I have been anxious to some winter camping for the last 2 years. Last year it didn’t work out and this year….let’s just say it’s hard to call camping in 50-60 degree temperatures, “winter camping.” I love the cold and snow and until last weekend, it has been scarce fir those of in the eastern […]

Colorado, Ohio, T@b, Travel

Another 5,000 Miles Later: Rest Areas Along I-80 and I-76

  When nature calls or you just need to stretch, the rest areas along interstate highways are a welcome sight for weary travelers. I am just wrapping up another trip and wanted to share some feedback about rest areas along I-80 and I -76 between Pittsburgh and Colorado. I-76 in Colorado When making that diagonal […]

Travel, West Virginia

Dolly Sods Excursion

West Virginia’s tourism-driven tagline is “Wild & Wonderful.” Perhaps no place in West Virginia personifies this description better than the Dolly Sods plateau, which encompasses the Dolly Sods Wilderness Area and the Bear Rocks Preserve and lies within the Monongahela National Forest. If you are unfamiliar with the area, I highly recommend reading about it. […]

T@b, Travel

T@b Travel Trailer Review

Why Did I Choose a T@b? Several years ago, when I ran across a photo of an unusual looking camper that was lightweight and seemed well suited for 1-2 people. It was called the T@b. I believe that I stumbled across the photo just as Dutchman was ending production of the trailers because I could […]