Like addicts, we live for national park Passport book stamps. One daub of social media marketing crossed my eyeballs, and I ordered Nevada's free state park passport book, as you can too. Easy. Call (775) 684-2770. Blank book in hand, it seemed only natural to visit any state park on our way to Great Basin … Continue reading Dual passport? stamping around Ward Charcoal Kilns, a Nevada State Park
Springs Preserve, a well kept secret from tourists, but locals know this Central Park of Vegas offers days of delights.
Imagine culture in the middle of nowhere. Sort of somewhere close to the brothel towns just outside Las Vegas and the first signs of life around the corner from Death Valley... The story of a Borax mining community goes awash against the colorful artistry of ballerina Marta Becket who revived a theater in need of … Continue reading When Marta Becket said she needed some space, she meant S P A C E and thus, the Amargosa Opera House
What would you do if your famous bridge was falling down? Sell it to a desert town in America... Thanks to Elks, we slated Lake Havasu City, Arizona for a "check it out" overnight en route elsewhere, not as a destination per se. RVoyager warped From Lake Havasu City Elks Top of the hill viewNice … Continue reading London Bridge is going up, going up, going up in Lake Havasu City
Might a volcanic caldera form this Arkansas attraction? Do tectonic plates rub together, building toward a catastrophe of earthquakes? What, pray tell, causes the soothing heat of the spring water? What magic mixes this elixer of healing minerals?