Category: Geology

GeoAstroRV joins Epic Nomad TV and heads to Theodore Roosevelt National Park

GeoAstroRV joins Epic Nomad TV and heads to Theodore Roosevelt National Park

A while back, Brenda and I made a decision to sell most of what we owned and to move into a recreational vehicle (RV).  We wanted to go see the geology of North America especially the national parks.  We decided to follow in the footsteps of amateur visual astronomer, John Dobson, and do astronomy presentations as …

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Lyman Lake State Park, Arizona

Lyman Lake State Park, Arizona

Nestled between the towns of St. Johns and Springerville, AZ, at an elevation of 6000 feet, lies Lyman Lake State Park. The 1200 acre park, opened on July 1, 1961, encompasses the shoreline of a 1,500-acre man-made irrigation reservoir, created by the damming of the Little Colorado River. The second and third highest mountains in Arizona, Mount …

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Plans to present at FMCA South Central Area Rally in Oklahoma during September

Plans to present at FMCA South Central Area Rally in Oklahoma during September

Just a quick update to let everybody know that it appears we might be presenting at a Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA) Rally! South Central Area Rally (September 19 – 22, 2018) Heart of Oklahoma Fairgrounds, Shawnee, Oklahoma This is tentative right now.  However, the timing is perfect.  We would be just finishing up at Theodore …

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The Beauty of Spearfish Canyon Scenic Byway

The Beauty of Spearfish Canyon Scenic Byway

“I need to go to the Post Office. Would you like to come along?” Little did we know that those words would take us on a beautiful, winding drive through some of the most beautiful scenery in South Dakota. Much of South Dakota has a stark, wild beauty in its landscape. Badlands National Park is …

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