BLM (Bureau of Land Management) offers free camping throughout the US, with the highest concentration of land in the desert Southwest.
You’ve probably heard of boondocking (or some reference to being down in the boondocks) and also dry camping, with some minor differences. Boondocking and dry camping are similar – You’re overnight parking, usually for free, with no hookups (water, electric, or sewer). What is the difference between Dry Camping and Boondocking? What Does Dry […]
Hoover Dam, Navada With the amount of concrete that was used to build Hoover Dam, a 4000-mile two-lane highway could have been built. It would be able to stretch from San Francisco to New York! It took more than 10,000 people to build, and more than 100 people died during its construction. The Hoover Dam
Flandrau Science Center and Planetarium Science is fun. Science is curiosity. We all have natural curiosity. Science is a process of investigating. It’s posing questions and coming up with a method. It’s delving in. Taking our boys to Science Centers all over the country has been such a fun way to teach them Science. The […]
We’ve been taking in the beauty of the Sonoran Desert. Today we visited Saguaro National Park. The protected saguaro cacti are so interesting to look at – they are huge! It’s ok to have fun … next to a Saguaro 🌵. We try to get a family photo that’s decent, but this is what we […]