I enjoy camping and hopefully you do, too. But if you’re anything like me, you prefer to keep camping travel plans flexible. That probably needs to change for the upcoming camping season, which promises to be a busy one. COVID-19 fatigue is real and people are ready to get out and on the move. CampgroundContinue reading “The time to make camping plans is now”
Pictured is tonight’s full moon, seen just after moonrise from highway 299. It’s the first full moon of the year and is traditionally known as the Wolf Moon. It has other names, including the Center Moon, Severe Moon, Hard Moon and – my favorite – the Cold Moon. The next full moon will be FebruaryContinue reading “Wolf Moon”
Packing in the rain for a few days travel along the Missouri River. You’re welcome to join me at http://www.garygarth.net and via Facebook and Instagram. I hope you will.
BOONVILLE, Mo. – After traveling 300 miles through a cold rain I arrived at dusk to find this Missouri River town dusted in snow. Pretty. In early June, 1803, the Corps of Discovery passed near here. Sergeant Patric Gass received a report from a pair of the company’s hunters, who had been traveling by horseback,Continue reading “Road Trip: Day 1”
Daughter Rebecca with a report from Blue Bank Resort http://www.bluebankresort.com on Reelfoot Lake. More to come. #garygarthsoutdoornotebook #travel #ontheroad #reelfootlake #bluebankresort