Journalism is a serious profession. Journalism is both the activity and product of gathering, assessing, creating, and presenting news and information. Real journalists vet their prospects and confirm the information they receive prior to publishing. However, in today's world of fake news, it might be worthwhile to vet the vetters, i.e. take a look at who is delivering your news. To that … [Read more...]
This is where I discuss my travels, pets, favorite books, etc. etc. etc...
It often crosses my mind how privileged Ed and I are to be some of the very few that get to enjoy living in Arizona Parks, both State and Regional, throughout the winter months. We stay at the following Arizona Parks... … [Read more...]
Ed and I decided to forgo the convoluted and time-consuming setup of our big Internet satellite dish and the very expensive Hughesnet Internet service this winter, opting instead to use a mobile Internet hotspot. I'll begin by saying that T-Mobile's Mobile Internet hotspot service works REALLY well, once you get it working. Getting it to work, however, was (and in some ways remains) a … [Read more...]
Encouraged by a friend's suggestion to visit Tonto Natural Bridge State Park, I checked out their website and learned that they allowed dogs on two of their trails. Indeed, upon speaking with our friends about the planned trip, they confirmed their understanding that dogs were allowed on two of the trails as well... as they had been to the park relatively recently with their own dog. At … [Read more...]
Ever had an RV slide that won't open? We just did and you might be surprised at the reason! … [Read more...]