By chris on 4/4/2016
  Come with me on a Great American Road Trip. My objective on this trip is to visit the iconic National Parks of America’s Southwest in what is a very special year for the National Park Service of the United States as it celebrates its 100th anniversary. This blog focuses on California.
By chris on 4/4/2016

 

Come with me on a Great American Road Trip. My objective on this trip is to visit the iconic National Parks of America’s Southwest in what is a very special year for the National Park Service of the United States as it celebrates its 100th anniversary. This blog focuses on Arizona.

By chris on 4/4/2016
 

Come with me on a Great American Road Trip. My objective on this trip is to visit the iconic National Parks of America’s Southwest in what is a very special year for the National Park Service of the United States as it celebrates its 100th anniversary. This blog focuses on New Mexico.

By chris on 10/4/2015
  Discover America, the national US tourism team, have created a website at www.DiscoverAmerica.com to tempt Canadians with wanderlust to venture south of the border. One of the most compelling sections on their website is simply titled: “Road Trips”… 
By chris on 3/31/2011
   There’s a sense of unreality about Las Vegas. First of all, it shouldn’t be here at all of course. This is the Mojave Desert after all. At best, a few roadhouses clustered around the local spring perhaps.
By chris on 11/20/2010
  What a perfect amalgam of cultural delights and desert adventures! I’m in Scottsdale Arizona, “an urban oasis in the heart of the Sonoran Desert”, to broadcast my radio shows back to Canada. 
By chris on 1/25/2009
  Los Angeles! Hollywood! Stars! We drove straight to the centre of the celluloid universe: Hollywood Boulevard. This is just plain good fun…Stroll the Hollywood Walk of Fame and pick out your favourite stars…from Bing Crosby to James Dean and hand-prints from Humphrey Bogart…even nose-prints from Jimmy Durante! 
By chris on 4/1/2007
 The Santa Catalina Mountains frame Tucson’s northern boundary and are very accessible from the city. I hiked the Ventana Canyon Trail into the Santa Catalina Mountains at dawn yesterday: a beautiful hike through cactus-studded mountains and dry riverbeds to a breathtaking view over Tucson.