Author Archives: Kerri
We’ve been awful with keeping up with this blog, but we’re still on the road and have been for over two years now. There are a couple items we update frequently if you’d like to follow along: 1) Our Travel Map - We try to keep our route up-to-date 2) Kerri’s Instagram Feed - Follow on instagram, or take a peek at the sidebar for the most recent photos.
Allright. I’m making a feeble attempt to try to keep up with this darn blog now. We’re still having a great time in Minnesota. Right now we’re in Duluth, on Lake Superior (more on that later), but over the past couple of weeks, we’ve visited the Twin Cities, and a great little state park called Lake Bemidji. Minneapolis was a nice change from being, what felt like, so deep away from any sort of city for so long. We saw Obama bumper stickers! And there were whole foods and Trader Joes! We stayed in a KOA in a suburb of …read more »
Wow, it’s been something like three months since we’ve updated the blog! We’re just not good at this blogging thing. Between work and play, there’s just not much time left for documenting it. (By the way, if you’ve got Instagram, we do update that quite frequently. We’re “the_ls_calypso” on there). We just had two days of fall weather, officially after Labor Day. Time to summarize everything else that has happened since Spring. We spent time in Salt Lake City, where we had some of the best food of the trip so far — not what we expected. Amazing mole at …read more »
On Sunday, we drove from the North Rim of the Grand Canyon (Jacob Lake, to be exact) in Arizona to Zion National Park. The nearest place to Jacob lake that could qualify as an actual town, Kanab, was nearly an hour away. Kanab has everything you need for a grand spankin’ time: Also on this route is the Roadside tourist stop, Moqui Cave, built into the side of a rock, which purportedly has the largest collection of fluorescent rocks (naturally displayed under black light) in the U.S. The story goes, too, that the original owner, Garth Chamberlain, had built a giant triceratops head over …read more »