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From national parks, state parks and private parks to RV rallies, RV conventions, high schools, middle schools, and private locations, we share our love of the stars with as many as possible as we travel across North America.

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Returning HOME: Theodore Roosevelt National Park

We set out to spend our retirement sharing the night skies with others while seeing the varied geologic features across the western states.  Every decision we have made from 2016 forward has been geared to accomplish this goal. One of the first places to give us an opportunity to volunteer our services was Theodore Roosevelt National …

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Deeper Into A New Hobby

We decided to get into CW QRP (POTA/SOTA) in order to extend out our love of hiking. This basically is about using Morse Code with ultralight, portable ham radio equipment to make contact with other amateur radio operators while we are out hiking parks or enjoying mountainous areas, especially the Sky Islands of Arizona. We …

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McConkie Ranch Petroglyphs

Utah is a state rich with petroglyphs and pictographs. Areas near Vernal, UT are filled with art sites dating back 2000 years or more. We visited the McConkie Ranch Petroglyph site, just outside Vernal, where you can hike a short trail and discover several panels of artwork done in what is called the Classic Vernal …

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