Located around 45 min from downtown Buffalo this seems to be a very nice Campground, the staff was super friendly even though we showed up super early ( 4 hrs before checkin) but they told us to see if the site has already been cleared and if not just to find a nice shady spot […]
I think one of the reason I love St Vrain Park is because of the large amount of birds , ponds and the beautiful sunrises. There is some roadnoise from I-25 but I can tune this out. After getting up at 5:30 and taking the dogs on a nice long walk I sat with Lilly […]
Pretty nice and informative park. Each county was represented with a plaque on the sidewalk that gives you some info for it and under each of them is a time capsule that will be opened at the tricentennial celebration. On the other side of the the visitor can follow the history of Tennessee, from its […]
After spending the night at White Spring Winery I took Lilly for a nice long morning walk down the orchards and we enjoyed the quiet morning and the fresh air. Hunter & Andrea were still sleeping so it was just us two.
There is a 1 mile nature trail behind our campsite which has been flooded for the last 3 days but seemed to have dried out enough to walk on… only problem is that I keep seeing snaked from the corner of my eyes and ran into this big fellow when walking the dogs.. I think […]
We went back to Benston State Park. It saddens me to have read last week that this StatePark did not get an exception from the Border Wall funding and might be inaccessible within the next 1 or 2 years. I am sure there are regions where Borderwalls might make sense but cutting these wildlife sanctuaries […]
Andrea wrote a very nice formulated, non political letter to our congressman voicing her concerns regarding the environmental and economic impact of a borderwall to a National Parksystem Wildlife refuge. The reply she got was a formletter addressing her as 02 vs her name basically saying environmental groups lie and steal jobs from the economy. […]