Tag: landrtravels

Otters to Sheep

We left Port Townsend this morning and were sad to leave the Olympic Peninsula. We love the area and it is close to Jason for visiting. This morning, while still camped at Point Hudson, I noticed some river otters in the water. I grabbed…

Wine

We have had a lovely time once we arrived in Washington state.  We visited our son, his partner, and his dog a couple times.  We went to Seattle on the ferry with the car.  We would have preferred to walk on the ferry and…

Car Wash and Joy

  Our poor Jeep and motorhome have over 3,000 miles of dirt on them.  The motorhome is hard to clean because most campgrounds won’t let you wash in the campground, so we have to find a truck wash.  We are not currently in a…

Montana

After we left the Badlands National Park area, we arrived in Hardin, Montana to spend the night.  We were not expecting trees in the campground and were pleasantly surprised to find them.  It was a lovely campground with wonderful hosts/staff and I spent a…

Baby Bighorn Sheep – Take 2

We had a great time watching the baby bighorn sheep in the morning and posted some pictures and video of the amazing animals.  We returned to the campground and I went into town and did the wash and picked up a few items at…

Baby Bighorn Sheep Nursery

We got a late start this morning and arrived in Badlands National Park at around 6:30 a.m. and the light was already getting harsh.  We found the most amazing gift of the day.  At the first overlook, we saw at least a dozen baby…

Wind Cave National Park

We like to come to the Badlands area in South Dakota because of the abundant wildlife. The scenery is beautiful, but the wildlife is what brings us here. We picked Wall, South Dakota as our base camp because of its convenient access to the…

Adventure 2020 West of the Mississippi

After Manchester, Tennessee we camped in Benton, Illinois. The campground was nearly full, as were the first two campgrounds where we stayed. While walking on the nature trail the next morning, Dart and I startled some deer and Dart brought back his first tick….

Adventure 2020 Begins

We started our Adventure 2020 trip on Saturday, May 30. While packing on Friday, the released blue jay showed up and supervised our efforts for awhile. During our final packing on Saturday morning, the blue jay returned and “talked” to us the entire time…

Cottonmouth

I ran out of mealworms on Sunday for the released baby birds. When I brought the bowl out Monday morning with other food, they were not pleased. Sweetie (the mockingbird) left. Topaz (the blue jay) spit the food out and begged for something else….