Avid skier, traveler, outdoor person, medical volunteer. New cultures and new experiences are my love. Wanna get outta Europe? Next trips are the Carribean, Turkey, Peru/Bolivia/Equador unless something else pops up.
Pecatonica (Illinois) to Yellowstone National Park: Things to see along the way
Sioux Falls has a neat sculpture park downtown, the falls are nice too. Devils Tower in NE Wyoming is great. See More
Denver to Colorado Springs: Does anyone have the best order of this trip and suggestion along the way?
Take State Highway 105 outta Monument just North of the Springs. It follows along the foothills and avoids I-25. Roxborough State Park is a beautiful stop just outside Denver. See More
Los Angeles to Colorado Springs: What’s an easy fun route
I think cutting over through the southern part of Utah and Colorado via 160 in Colorado is the best. I'm a national park buff, Zion National Park and Mesa Verde National Park are on the way. You may need to make... See More
San Francisco to Denver: Best route and place to stay for single female driver
If you have more time I would add a few more days there is so much to see. If you are doing it in two days take I-70. I'm more of a naturalist so I recommend National Parks. Halfway point and not to far outta the way is Great Basin National... See More
Indianapolis to Yellowstone National Park: What do you recommend seeing on a trip from Indianapolis to Yellowstone
I would recommend Custer State Park it was actually where Mt. Rushmore was suppose to be, but thankfully the Needles remain intact. Also Wind Cave National Park is close by to Mt Rushmore which is... See More
Cortez (Florida) to Vail: Driving Cortez to Vail
Yes it's worth a stop. A half day up at the Great Sand Dunes National Park is almost a must. There are several hot springs along the way in the San Luis Valley. One in town of Salida nice but kinda like a pool, also Mt Princeton Hot Springs or Cottonwood. Also south... See More
Yellowstone National Park: Looking to stop at several places along the way
I agree with Devils Tower National Monument, it's a nice day visit but if you want the campground was very nice $20. The park offers alot of programs. I think there are a lot better places to spend your time than Mt Rushmore.... See More
Denver: Best breweries in Denver and Boulder?
YumYum!!! It seems like there is a new brewery opening everyday on the Front Range. Try River North Brewery Black Sky Brewery Renegade Brewing Companyhead to Golden Cannonball Creek Brewing Company Golden... See More
Yellowstone National Park: Bucket- List road trip
Yes, make advance reservations for any spots in any of the parks. Things die off a bit after Labor Day since most kids are back in school. Guessing the RV is your only mode of transport, for me it's nice to book a spot for a couple of nights in a row, but... See More
Denver: Best camping in/around Denver?
Yes it's possible. Remember that on most National Forest land unless posted no camping you can camp without cost or permit. These sites are unimproved; I try to find spots that have a fire ring so you don't start a new area. If you want an improved campground... See More