Category Archives: travel

Moss Mountain Farm

This week I had the privilege to participate in the Farm2Home event held at P. Allen Smith’s Moss Mountain Farm. P. Allen Smith is an author and television host based out of Arkansas.  His shows include Garden Home, Garden to Table, … Continue reading

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Frontier Fun

The next day, we said goodbye to Monument Valley and drove north on Hwy 163. Our destination for the evening was Cortez, CO. For us, though, it’s really not about getting from here to there.  It’s what you find along … Continue reading

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Goulding’s Lodge of Monument Valley

The history of Goulding’s Lodge began with love, a dream, determination, and a bedroll. It started in 1923 when a sheep inspector named Harry Goulding married a young girl named Leone.  When they first met he joked that he couldn’t spell … Continue reading

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Monument Valley

We left Bryce Canyon the same way we came inbut staying on highway 89.  This took us through Glen Canyon and over Lake Powell.  We had been on the motorcycle for a couple of hours and it was very hot, … Continue reading

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Bryce Canyon

When we entered Bryce Canyon, the sky had finally cleared.  But, as you can see, clouds are looming in the distance. As we drove through the canyon, the rain came and went and came and went.  Clear around one corner, drizzling … Continue reading

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Highway to Bryce Canyon

I was posting about our fall motorcycle trip out west when the holidays took over.  We had a busy, frantic, yet fun holiday season and, as always, when it’s over I’m glad to get back in the regular routine of things. Last we spoke we were … Continue reading

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Onward and Westward

After leaving the trading post, we continued our journey west on Hwy 264 through Keams Canyon. A small pull out was all we needed to stop, stretch our legs and enjoy the gorgeous view. Once again, we turned our backs for a … Continue reading

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