Caddo Lake: Apocalypse Now?

Caddo Lake, located in Northern Texas, is becoming one of the most photographed Cypress Forests in the United States.  This unique landscape is both gorgeous and pretty darn mysterious looking. The wetland lake area is massive encompassing over 25,000 acres and...

Fall colors explode over the Rockies

Every fall the Colorado Rockies erupt with bright colors, making late Sept & early October prime viewing.  It’s hard to pin down the exact week for peak color in advance as the previous winter’s snowfall, rain and fall temps all impact when/how the...

Wildflower Explosion in Colo’s Rockies

Each summer, the upper elevations of Colorado’s Rocky Mountains come alive with spectacular wildflowers.  The exact timing is dependant on the previous winter’s snowmelt and Spring rains.  Generally speaking mid to late July provides a 2-3 week window of bomber...

Spring in Yosemite!

Exploring Yosemite in late April provides blooming wildflowers and waterfalls running at full power! It also means smaller crowds, especially if you go mid-week (highly recommended). Combining those flowers with a breaking storm and the iconic “Tunnel...

Snitz hits Death Valley & points West!

I just returned from my first trip to Death Valley.  I also had the op to visit some bomber places on my drive out there! The trip began in Steamboat Springs, Colo.  About three hours Southwest lies the Colorado National Monument, located in Fruita.  The 23-mile...

Fall color in the Rockies

The Rockies are usually awash with color in late September, especially in my favorite viewing spot, the San Juans! The towns of Telluride, Ouray, and Ridgeway are great launching pads to view the spectacular scenery. Telluride features the most impressive mountains...

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