Stop #16: We started our trip to Toledo in Castile– La Mancha, the land of Don Quixote. You will see the windmills in the photos below. In Toledo, everything seems to be about El Greco’s paintings. But driving into Toledo is a wonderful experience, with views of the walls, fortress, churches visible for miles. Toledo […]
This was a neat little surprise! We followed the signs to Castle Gardens and, little did we know we would encounter a whole bunch of sheep! I love how much the black sheep stood out among all the rest of them. After we drove for a bit longer, we ended up in another spot where […]
If you know some rock climbers, this is the place for them! What seems like it’s in the middle of nowhere, the rock formations are crazy incredible out here. You have to look quite hard, but if you see a little black dot on the rocks in some of these pictures, that’s likely a hiker […]
I don’t know whether this should be called Joshua Tree National Park or Crazy Beautiful Rock Formations National Park. No matter what, this place is unlike any other. Joshua Trees are finicky and grow only in certain climates. But these rock formations are quite a backdrop for such rare trees.
These are some of my all-time favorite pictures. What a great setting for interesting patters, rock formations, etc. We hiked through slot canyons to get some of these pictures. Antelope Canyon is the most-visited and most-photographed slot canyon in the American Southwest. It is located on Navajo land near Page, Arizona. Antelope Canyon includes two […]
We drove Route 50 to get to Great Basin. The Nevada portion crosses the center of state and was named The Loneliest Road in America by Life magazine in July 1986. While we drove on it, we never passed another car, nor did we have any behind us. Our trip started with an excursion to […]