Sometimes the Best Things are Free – Kofa, AZ

When we were staying off of Plomosa Road in Quartzsite, we met some new friends, Bri and TJ, that highly recommended the Kofa National Wildlife Refuge. That turned out to be a great suggestion. On our way to Yuma, AZ we stopped here for a few days. We have thoroughly enjoyed our time at Kofa … Continue reading Sometimes the Best Things are Free – Kofa, AZ

Confined Because of Their Ancestry – Manzanar

They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety. - Benjamin Franklin On February 19, 1942 President Franklin D. Roosevelt ordered that all persons of Japanese ancestry regardless of citizenship be removed from the West Coast. Over 70,000 citizens and others were removed to 10 remote … Continue reading Confined Because of Their Ancestry – Manzanar

That’s a Wrap – Lone Pine, CA

Celia and I had no idea of what to expect when we left Bishop and made our way down to Lone Pine, CA on Highway 395. Many bloggers had written about the area and we knew that we wanted to stop for a while but were not sure what to expect. It turned out to … Continue reading That’s a Wrap – Lone Pine, CA