Our friend Della, who knew us well, couldn't help but give us these napkins.
This spot, south of San Quintin, Baja, was the first place Gail and I camped in Baja. We called it "Bomber Beach", because of the loud, crashing waves. N30.256W115.797
Out first year, we camped with artist friend Ralph Parker on Bahia de los Muertos. N23.909 W109.822
We loved this spot on the Pacific, midway between Cabo San Lucas and Todos Santos. N23.138W110.127
Actually, I was painting a SD winter scene at this campsite on the south end of Bahia Concepcion. N26.563 W111.696
A great spot to camp along 87 miles of HORRIBLE road south of San Felipe, Baja in 1996. N29.572 W114.367
Back at "Bomber Beach" for lunch in 1997. N30.256 W115.797
Back on the south shore of Bahia Concepcion in 1997. N26.563W111.696
Near Punta Coyote, north of LaPaz, with Sierra de la Giganta as a backdrop. N24.698 W110.705
Camped overlooking Ballenas Bay, near Punta Abreojos. N26,796 W113.497
The cliffs that are above this beach, south of Bahia Asuncion, are made of large fossilized clam shells. N27.076 W114.082
Above the Pacific, south of Todos Santos.
Interesting rock formations in the Catavina Boulder Fields. N29.815 W114.774
On the bluff above La Bocana. Jack Smith wrote a delightful book about building a house near here, called GOD AND MR. GOMEZ. We strongly recommend it. N32.536W116.660
We found this great spot above Lottis Creek, northeast of Gunnison, Colorado.
Our massage therapist,Paula (AKA Elmerita), gives me a massage on Playa Los Cocos. She followed us in Baja in 2002, saying she would stick to us like glue. Thus the name Elmerita, after Elmers Glue. N26.473 W111.899
Camped with our friend, Elmerita, high in the Sierra de la Giganta.
A lighthouse campsite at Punta el Conejo on the Pacific Ocean.
From this spot, we could see the lights of LaPaz at night, 25 miles away. N24.315 W110.642
Camped near Ligui, south of Loreto. N25.743 W111.260
We call this spot, "Fish Rock", because there are always local fishermen up on the rock in the distance.
Another view of of Fish Rock.
Camping among the dunes at Tecolote, north of LaPaz
Sun comes up in Puerto Agua Verde, flanked by the glowing Sierra de la Giganta.
Camping under the palms in Puerto Agua Verde, Baja.
The remote beauty on the south end of the Bahia Concepcion, Baja.
A great spot in the desert, north Lake Havasu, AZ.
Overlooking Badwater, in Death Valley.
Camped south of Moab, Utah.
A beautiful morning (aren't they all?) on Texas Creek, Colorado
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A beautiful camping spot above Lizard Head Pass, in southwest Colorado.
A different view, near Lizard Head Pass.
Painted Rock Campground, near Gila Bend, AZ, is one of our favorite layovers on our way south/north
A happy "Happy Hour" , at Agua Verde.
Great camping spot on Lottis Creek, north of Gunnison, Colorado. N38.7702 W106.5778
Camping on the Pacific, near El Tomotal.
One of our favorite spots in Baja, in the Catavina Boulder Fields. Sorry, I can't say exactly where it is.
Same spot, different view.
Surrounded by the stark beauty of the Badlands of South Dakota.
The Never Summer range, in northern Colorado lives up to it's name, We have seen frost there in early August a number of times.
Jon photographs our campsite at Palisades State Park in eastern South Dakota from a hot air balloon.
Camping on a hill above the Pecos River in south Texas.
A good place to camp in the desert, with I-10 in the distance, west of Phoenix.
Camped right on the Pacific at Carpenteria, California.
Camped on Bull Creek, in the Bighorns, many years ago.This area is now closed to camping.
Close to home, on Oahe Reservour.
Right on the Missouri River, at Judith Landing, Montana.
Another great spot on the Missouri River, in Montana.
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