Everyone in the state of Michigan is touting these new trails in Chelsea. They are located on the Waterloo Recreation Area, which has thousands of acres and lots of possibilities. There are three main trails: two intermediate and one advanced. The trails are machine built, and are well designed. There is not a rock, root … More Day 5- Chelsea Michigan and the DTE Energy trails
Day three we headed to Syracuse to ride Skytop Quarry. The riding there was not impressive. We started on the “Intermediate” Trails, because you never know the local ranking. Well, some were OK but some were totally overgrown with foam flower. We returned on the “Black” diamond trails and realized that we should have started … More Day Three–Syracuse and Beyond
Well, it’s been a challenge to get back to posting about our travels. We started two weeks later than normal and then tried to tie in a visit with family and friends. So, anyway, Day one found us in Vermont at Cochran’s Family Ski Area. This place has developed many Olympic skiers over the years … More On the road again–Fall 2019
well, were finally here and settled in to our casita. So far, so good. The location, on the beach, away from the main road and I an I crowded kiting area, seems perfect. Our living room and bedroom windows face east, so we see the sunrise over the water every morning. There are three one … More La Ventana….or actually El Sargento
Flagstaff, Sedona, Prescott, Scottsdale, Red Mtn, Gold Canyon, Catalina Mountains, Casa Grande Mountains, and Fantasy Island So Arizona has many faces—cold weather, hot weather, rainstorms, exciting exposed mountain bike trails, smooth gravel paths, loose uphill washes with loose gravel and babyheads, great camping, mountains, attack cacti of all kinds, open landscapes, even wooded terrain and … More All of Arizona in one post!
After more than a year in close quarters and with two vehicles, it was time to take a break. I took the Jeep, bought a sleeping bag and tent and headed out from Golden for 10 days. Butch took the van and headed to Loveland. Granby was my first stop. A day in Rocky Mountain … More Ten Day Solo Southwest Jeep Tour
From Moab we headed north and east to Golden where we camped two days at Chief Hosa Park–the oldest RV park in the country. Thank goodness they had new bathrooms. A short drive put us at the light rail station that goes right into downtown Denver. We rode it the night we got there to … More Buffalo Creek-Golden and Denver