This is one of those National Parks where you appreciate it most when you do research ahead of time and more planning. If you plan a trip here, I’d recommend finding a way to learn about Teddy Roosevelt and his presidency through a book or podcast as well as about General Custer and the Sioux before coming. Knowing the people who lived in these areas, those who fought there, and those who have tried to protect it makes the experience in the park much more worthwhile.
Visiting Wind Cave National Park in South Dakota
Wind Cave National Park is 1/63 National Parks (as of 2022) in the United States. It’s located in western South … More
Visiting Valley of Fire State Park in Nevada (Beehives, Petroglyphs & Big Horn Sheep)
Valley of Fire State Park has been on my list of places to visit for about the last few years. I saw a picture of it online while researching a trip and knew I wanted to go when I would be in the area in a future. Fast forward a few years and on our Southwest Road Trip, I was able to finally visit!
Elk Viewing in Northwestern Pennsylvania
A few weekends ago, Teddy and I headed northwest for the weekend to a small town called Benezette in Elk … More