Just outside of Sundance, Wyoming is massive geologic wonder called Devils Tower. Teddy Roosevelt declared it the first national monument. It is a tall, mind-blowing structure that is sacred to tribes of the area. Every June they close the monument to visitors so they can practice their religious rituals. People from all over the world […]Read more "Sundance, Wyoming"
We picked up our latest visitor, Christopher, in Salt Lake City and headed north! After a few days in Yellowstone National Park (I could have spent weeks exploring such a magical place) on the corner of Montana and Idaho, we were ready to meet new friends, get back into civilization, and help others. The Community […]Read more "Community Cafe, Bozeman, MT"
About once a week I take a break and be sure to check in with my family. I’ll share a city, a national park, a landmark and sure enough my Dad has his own gypsy memory of his journeys moving my family cross country. Sure enough Reno, Nevada did not fall short.For nine months my […]Read more "Get On My Level"
Arriving in Seattle meant the end of the second leg of our travels. We planned all along to spend a lot of time here with friends, knowing it would feel like home to us. It only seemed right to partner with an organization that gave us the same feeling. We wanted a place we could […]Read more "Pike Market Food Bank"
We were greeted in Green Valley, Arizona by the familiar face of our high school English teacher, Dolce. We have been on the road for nearly two months and warmth of a friend’s face never gets old. Dolce and his wife, Judy, opened their home to us gypsies. For the next two nights they offered […]Read more "The Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona"