When hearing about our van life, so many people have harkened back to Chris Farley on Saturday … Continue reading Livin’ in a van down by the river…
If you do not live in the West or the Southwest, it is easy to overlook the significance of water politics in the day-to-day. Continue reading “Hydropolitics in the Southwest”
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has proposed opening up new oil and gas leasing parcels immediately adjacent to Zion … Continue reading Oil and Gas Drilling at Zion?
Several new posts on our latest van roadtrip: our experience of Cairo, Illinois; observations about traveling in the South (and … Continue reading A Southern Loop
If you look at a map Cairo, Illinois, jumps out as a place where you should stop. Betsy has always … Continue reading Cairo, Illinois
Route: St. Louis to New Orleans, back to St. Louis, mostly via back roads with van repairs in Jackson Mississippi. … Continue reading The Middle South
There are only three archeological World Heritage Sites in the United States. Poverty Point, in Epps, Louisiana, in the Northeast … Continue reading Poverty Point