Guffey Colorado, Elevation 8600′

  Guffey, Colorado, now’s here’s a very unique town.  The town is pretty much owned and operated by one man Bill Soux.    Guffey is a “Road Side Attraction” in the truest sense of the words. Plenty of antiques and history to take up most of a day.  Make sure you have time for a few […]

Plains Indian Beadwork and Regalia from the Anthropology Collection

                                  This is the latest in a series of exhibits featuring seldom-seen highlights from the Anthropology collections. Two rare items featured are a Lakota Winter Count depicting significant events in the years 1798-99 through 1904–05, and a unique Cheyenne […]

Koloman Moser: Designing Modern Vienna, 1897-1907, Opens

  Koloman Moser: Designing Modern Vienna, 1897-1907, Opens   at the Museum of  Fine Arts, Houston, in September A pioneer of modern design, Moser excelled in furniture design, ceramics, jewelry, silverwork and was also an innovative graphic artist First-ever American retrospective is co-organized with the Neue Galerie New York Houston—July 2013—This September, the Museum of […]

Tracks of Time, Bear Creek Canyon

Tracks of Time, Bear Creek Canyon By Travel with Charley Tracks of time are captured moments, from someone’s movement through the space known as time.  Road Trekin Adventures is doing this very thing on a daily basis.  We will start bring you those moments in video and photo essay’s weekly at the very least. Capture […]

12th Annual Cowboy Poetry Week

  Friends, How will you celebrate the 12th annual Cowboy Poetry Week, April 21-27?  You can perform your poetry or music; be inspired by Art Spur; create an exhibit; get your schools, library, arts council, and community involved; or otherwise share your knowledge. Take part! CowboyPoetry.com initiated Cowboy Poetry Week. In April 2003, the United StatesSenate passed a resolution, with unanimous […]

Weekend Races Around the Globe

  Do you have what it takes to be an archaeologist like the adventurous Indiana JonesTM? Let’s find out! Get your exclusive Adventure Passport on the days below and complete a new expedition each weekend. The more expeditions you complete, the more prizes you earn! Here’s What You Can Earn: Two Expeditions – Get an Adventure Pencil Three Expeditions […]

A Winter Stop at Mount Rushmore

  When you have a National Parks Pass in hand… you just GOTTA use it! My co-pilot & I were traveling west on I-90 in South Dakota.  It was late afternoon, we had been on the road for a couple of days and Rapid City was only 60 more miles away.  Sometimes when we are […]

Thinking of a Brew in The Wilderness, Happy New Year!

Thinking of the that will be gone past here so very soon. This image reminded me of friends adventure and all the pleasant times in 2012.     http://www.facebook.com/pages/406-Brewing-Company/196294550406722?ref=stream    

Palisade Falls Hike

Palisade Falls, East Fork of Hyalite Creek Palisade Falls hike is a very easy hike up to a beautiful falls that drops more than 80 feet. Its a great place to sit on a rock and just the watch the water cascade from the tree lined ridge, as childern and adults cool them selves in […]

Storm Castle Peak

Storm Castle Peak is an awesome climb of 2,300 feet in 3 miles. This rocky peak stands above the valley floor at 7,170 feet, offering stunning views of Gallatin Canyon.  The hike up through meadows of floors and thick forest offers sweeping 360 degree views.   Some of the other Mountain Ranges and views from […]