Adventures in the American Southwest
After living in Tucson, Arizona for eleven years, it’s safe to say that we know active travel in the U.S. Southwest. From Arizona to Utah, discover our favorite Adventures in the American Southwest for your next trip.
Discovering Arizona’s slot canyons
Visit Waterholes, Upper Antelope and Lower Antelope slot canyons in Arizona for a fun adventure. Be sure to bring your camera along. To read more about our experience, click on Discovering Arizona’s slot canyons.
New Mexico Backroads Adventure
New Mexico is one of the country’s most interesting and diverse states, and certainly a gem for travelers that love history. Click on New Mexico Backroads Adventure.
Exploring the White Pocket
One of the most remarkable and isolated sites in Vermillion Cliffs National Monument is the White Pocket. Click on Exploring the White Pocket.
36 Hours in Tucson for the Active Baby Boomer
Looking to explore Tucson? How about 36-hour active travel itinerary for itchy travel boomer feet? To get started, click on 36 Hours in Tucson for the Active Baby Boomer.
Five Adventures on the Navajo Rez
Exploring the Navajo Reservation in northern Arizona is one of my favorite baby boomer travel memories. Click on Five Adventures on the Navajo Rez to read more about our experience.
Horseback riding in Ouray, Colorado
When we were ready for a break from shifting Jeep gears on our road trip, Alan and I choose a more intimate mountain experience, horseback riding. Click on Horseback riding in Ouray, Colorado. to read more about our horseback riding adventure.
San Antonio, Beyond the Alamo
The Alamo has been around since the late 18th Century, is one of the nation’s most-visited attractions. However, there is so much for to San Antonio! Click on San Antonio, Beyond the Alamo.