The first week

We are heading into our second week as I post this.  Here is a recap of what the first day and week were like for us and K'Ehleyr.  This post contains affiliate links for your convenience to some of the products we found helpful post surgery. Before K'Ehleyr's surgery a new x-ray of her lungs … Continue reading The first week

First day of our new adventure

Today we start a new dog adventure. It is not an other national park, new place to explore or activity to experience. It is learning to adapt to the life of and with a tripawd, a new term I have learned for what 3-legged dogs are called. K'Ehleyr has osteosarcoma and while she is mature … Continue reading First day of our new adventure


Pet tracker without a subscription service

Wistiki Before I go on about this product I have to say that this in an Indiegogo campaign, I have no affiliation with it and is not on the market yet but it sounds cool and as someone who travels with a pet this could be a really smart item to have at hand.  My … Continue reading Pet tracker without a subscription service

Anthopleura xanthogrammica, giant green anemone

Cabrillo National Monument

Cabrillo National Monument is my most local park it is located at Point Loma in San Diego, CA.  The park was established in 1913 to commemorate the life of Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo, the first European to set foot on the west coast of the US.  The visitor center sites on top of the peninsula and providing excellent … Continue reading Cabrillo National Monument

Trail above the Fruita campground

Capitol Reef National Park

In central Utah, a 65 million years old, giant wrinkle in the Earth's crust stretches for 100 miles.  It is called the Waterpocket Fold.  People of the Fremont culture lived here as early as 700AD till about 1250.  They were followed in the 1800's by Mormon pioneers who created the community of Fruita along the Fremont … Continue reading Capitol Reef National Park