Tag Archives: historical sites

RVing to Mount Rushmore

Several years ago, we traveled to Mount Rushmore on one of our extended summer RV trips. It was a memorable experience for all, including our two teen-aged children, who were 13 and 14 at the time. Our ultimate destination was Yellowstone National Park, but we made a point to stop and spend a night in

Links to the Past in Albuquerque's Canyons

In preparation for The Rally (just 13 days away!), I’d like to suggest Petroglyph National Monument as a must-see stop while you’re in the Albuquerque area. It’s a great day-trip to see some of the ancient cultural influences of New Mexico and enjoy a scenic walk through the natural arid landscape. General Info: Petroglyph National