The Natchez Trace Parkway

After filling our bellies in the city of Natchez we drove approximately 2.5 miles east on Liberty Rd. until we reached the southern terminus of the Natchez Trace Parkway. The parkway is a 444 mile, windy, two lane, scenic drive that follows the path of the historic travel corridor called the "Old Natchez Trace" through... Continue Reading →

White Sands and Del Taco

After our disappointment in Artesia and a trip down the Big Scary Mountain we were finally on our way to White Sands National Monument. Come along with us as we continue our journey though this mysterious landscape. When I looked out across the vast expanse of desert, dunes, and sand in New Mexico it was... Continue Reading →

Mammoths & Camels in Texas?

When I was a little girl I wanted to become a paleontologist - a real life down on bad knees, aching back, dirt under your nails, leather-skinned paleontologist. But life happens; college is expensive; I realized it probably wasn't a practical dream and I went into business management where I could receive free on the... Continue Reading →

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