Just two kids trying to see the country.
There are a few things I miss about Columbus – the free lunches at work, the ability to drive home for the weekend, and Hounddog’s Pizza. But my favorite thing to do in Columbus, hanging out with Tyler and Whitney, wouldn’t have been possible even if we had stayed in C-Bus. Zach’s brother Tyler and … Continue reading Medford
For months, my brother Matt had been planning, preparing and convincing others to join him for a Rim-to-Rim-to-Rim in the Grand Canyon. The R3, as the experts call it, entails starting at one rim of the canyon, running down to the river, up the other rim and then turning around and running back. It ends … Continue reading The Grand Canyon
After wrapping up our two-week stint in Tucson, it was off to Phoenix. And, to be honest, I was looking forward to this stop least of our first months on the road. “What is there to do in Phoenix?” I prodded Liz. “Tons” she replied. And, as it turned out, we found enough to keep … Continue reading Phoenix
Leaving Tucson, we headed back to Texas for our third weekend of backpacking in a row. We originally planned on hitting up Guadalupe Mountains National Park on our way to Tucson but we hurried over to Arizona to meet up with our parents. Although this added a bit of driving, we both like car rides … Continue reading Guadalupe Mountains National Park