As I have mentioned, my trip is coming to an end. This is bittersweet as they say. Due to the virus, this trip did not go as planned and can’t deliver what I envisioned during the planning stages.
5-15 Day 4 for Some More
The trip out of Bradley was easy as the road followed a thundering river. Last night this area got 3 inches of rain, and flooding was evident everywhere.
A Step Back in Time
Towheaded Saggy Drawers bounded out of his tent at 6:30 a.m. with the energy that only 3-year olds wake up with. I happened to be making a trek to the bathroom and witnessed his exit from the tent. Big Brother was not far behind.
Chimney Rock, Nebraska
Chimney Rock in Bayard, Nebraska, is a place rich in history and stark beauty. The Oregon Trail, the Mormon Trail, the Deadwood Trail, and the Pony Express all passed through this area. As we were hiking to see this rock formation, we first encountered Chimney Rock Cemetery. The owner of the Chimney Rock Pioneer Crossing RV […]
When the tag line of your blog says “adventure is all around us,” maybe we’d better be sure to explore a place before writing it off as being boring!
Role Reversal: When the Kids Become the Parents
Two days before Mark and I left on our trip, we were in Michigan for a family wedding. Our niece was married on a sunny but teeth-chattering cold day. We were lucky because both Amber and Jesse were able to attend (although our son-in-law Andrew could not), and we all did the 5-hour drive together. That’s […]
Ready to Kick Up Some Dust?
Welcome to Kick Up Some Dust! We’re a husband and wife who are ready to kick up some dust by biking across the country. That is, Mark will be doing the biking and Jane will be pulling the trailer and doing a “little” biking on the side and some hiking too. Along the way we hope […]