Monthly Archives: November 2008

Kaui, Hawaii

Kaui is a sleepy little island with lots of relaxing to be had.  It can be done on a budget, but camping here is not quite like camping for cheap in the national parks mainside.  Turns out, people live, fulltime, … Continue reading

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Big Bend National Park, Texas

An oasis in an otherwise large and dusty state.   We visited here in the fall of 2008, and got hit with a hurricane (only a month after getting hit with one on the east coast for our wedding, go … Continue reading

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Carlsbad Caverns National Park

From the road and entrance, you would never even know this place exists.  That in itself makes it really amazing, as much as does the fact that someone found it and turned it into a wonderfully accessibly national park for … Continue reading

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Southwest Fall Roadtrip, 2008

We got married.  And didn’t have more than $500 for a honeymoon.  So, what did we do?  We packed my Miata (40 miles/gallon), a tent, some cozy clothes, sun hats, and headed east from San Diego.  In all, we drove … Continue reading

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