Shaddoecamino's PhotoBlog

This fall, we spent as much time as possible exploring the area near our cabin in McCall. Here is a quick photo summary of our fall. …

Backcountry drive - Gold Rush Loop Due to a health issue, Kalzi needed to limit her activity for several weeks. With that in mind, we decided to try a new…

Cabin Bar Top Thanks to John Sword for getting this here He provided his lessons and work with good cheer We used his planks, sanders and saws And he’d go back…

We thoroughly enjoy Harmonica Festival weekend (as usual) and after we participate in the community breakfast (a fundraiser for next year’s festival), we pick…

The first full weekend in August means one thing to us. The annual Yellow Pine Harmonica (And Music) Festival. For 30 years, the small town of Yellow Pine,…

A good day for a hike. Several weeks ago, Shad, Kalzi and I take off on a hike. We picked a hike that provided some distance and was one we weren’t familiar…

April 20. In Boulder, we have a great time hiking and hanging out. Brenda and Betsy set up a hike for Saturday morning. Since it is dog-friendly, Rusty and…

April 18. Leaving Taos, we decide there are a few more sights to visit as we continue our northern trek. We take the 13-mile Wild Rivers Backcountry Byway and…

April 17 & 18. We fall in love with Taos and our 1930s adobe-style hotel so we spend two days. April 17. We arrive in Taos, get checked in to our hotel and…

April 16. On the road again. We take off in the morning heading toward Taos, NM. On the way, we stop at Santa Fe for lunch and a little sightseeing. We’ve…

April 15 Today is the first tax filing day in at least 15 years that I’m not participating in events centered around the due date. And I’m loving it! As we…

April 11 - 15. We spend a few days in Las Cruces with Bob as our tour guide. Bob is our neighbor in McCall and has invited us to visit him for a few years, so…

Man always kills the things he loves, and so we pioneers have killed our wilderness. Some say we had to. Be that as it may, I am glad I shall never be young…

April 9: Before we leave El Morro (Spanish for “The Bluff”), we walk the trails at the El Morro National Monument. On top of the bluff is Atsinna, the ruins of…

April 8: Before we leave Chinle, we stop at the visitors center to find out more about the traditional Navajo home - the Hogan. The Hogan is a multi-sided…

April 5 Our destination: Chinle (Navajo: Chʼínílį́) is a town located on the Navajo Reservation. The name in Navajo means "flowing out" and is a reference to…

April 4. Before we leave Moab, we do what tourists must do in Moab.... Drive through Arches National Park. It was a beautiful day. The following pictures are…

Today (April 3) is our day to explore what Moab has to offer and get some exercise. Our first hike is the Fishers Towers Trail. The trailhead is 20 miles up…

After leaving our dog Kalzi at her Grandma’s house for nine weeks when we walked the Camino de Santiago last fall, we knew our next adventure would need to…
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