We visited the Texas Sealife Center, a rescue facility in Corpus Christi. They rescue marine life, tortoises, and birds.
After a four month hiatus I’m back on the road again. To Corpus Christi, Texas (Texas, our new home state). Padre Island National Seashore and the Texas State Aquarium were visited today.
I’m enthralled by the old forts along the Texas frontier. We’ve already toured Fort Stockton and Fort Lancaster. This trip we ventured far off the interstate to Fort Davis. This sprawling fort protected travelers and freight on the San Antonio…
On the way to Texas we stopped at the Amerind Museum in Dragoon, AZ. (It’s at the exit right before The Thing.) For being in the middle of nowhere, it was a great museum and art gallery. On our way to downtown Dragoon we passed Rattlesnake Ranch’s sculptures. And found a recycled roadrunner in Las Cruces.
I’ve been wanting a dashcam for a while now. I feel the need to capture the animals and crazy drivers. I ordered a $300 dashcam from Amazon then decided that was too much and returned it.
Vaccines: check. Bulk pack of masks: check. We’re ready to travel! I’ve been asked how I plan our trips. Here’s how.
The second vaccine is in the arm and more travel is in the offing. So I’ve been refreshing my travel apps suitability (and found more). Start with the original apps post, There’s an App for That… and a Website… and Hardware. Then here are some new ones.
River Styx or river of sticks? Dump thousands of yellow sticks into a wash and call it sculpture. Water is the latest sculpture joining Wind and to be followed by Earth. And there are lots of plants here too at…
Last year we saw the results of wildfires along the Beeline Highway and stopped to see some Wild Horses along the Salt River. We were curious about the recovery, especially of the burned saguaros. Here are some photos, but sadly, no wild horses showed themselves on this trip.
My travel blog has not had much travel blogging during the virus era. But today we traveled 20 minutes to the Phoenix Zoo. We recently restarted our annual membership (figuring they still had to feed the animals even if visitors were few). We were told today was the busiest it has been in a long time.