California Condors by Lilya Blue

Hello, Cedar and Silver fans and followers! I’m excited to tell you everything about the Gymnogyps Californinus. The name Gymnogyps Californinus is Greek. Gymnogyps means “bare vulture,” and Californinus or California is the first place where people saw them. We will call the Gymnogyps Californinus by its commonly known name, which is the California Condor.Continue reading “California Condors by Lilya Blue”

Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Park in 3 days!

We have covered some serious miles recently. We went from being stuck in Summerland, British Columbia with a broken truck to Kansas City, down to Eureka Springs, AR and back to KC in just a week and a half! That is about 2400 miles (not including all the miles we drove in the parks) andContinue reading “Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Park in 3 days!”

Texas is YUGE – Part Two

Big Bend National Park Big Bend is a land of extremes. Highs and lows, hot and cold, dark and light.   After traveling from Fort Worth and enjoying several stops along the way, we arrived at Big Bend National Park the day the government shutdown was announced.  We weren’t sure what to expect, but luckilyContinue reading “Texas is YUGE – Part Two”