California – Arizona – Utah – Colorado – New Mexico – Nevada
Had a blast spending time in the city that never sleeps during full moon.
Air-cooled regards from the historic U.S. Route ️66️ in Kingman, Arizona!
Staying overnight at the old-fasioned Ramblin’ Rose Motel.
Herbie has more than 230,000 km (or 140,000 mi) on the clock by touring the world and the speedometer continues spinning…
Looking forward to another 100,000 km!
The White Sands National Park in Southern New Mexico is the world’s largest gypsum dunefield and still grows…
The Carlsbad Caverns N.P. is like a magical fairyland hidden 750 feet (228 meters) underground. Absolutely worth visiting, however due to Covid, reservations are required in advance.
Staying at the Regal Inn Motel from ‘No Country for Old Men’ (a 2007 neo-Western by the Coen Brothers), which is one of Domi’s favorite movies. It actually hasn’t changed that much since then…
Regards from Las Vegas, New Mexico!
The Great Sand Dunes in Colorado and the mountains in the back create a perfect overall picture.
On our way into the State of Colorado we stopped by the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park close to the town of Montrose and visited its Southern rim.
Welcoming Herbie to colorful Colorado!
Touring Utah’s State Route 128 – a scenic byway along the Colorado River.
The views over the canyons of Canyonlands National Park in Utah are always worth a trip! It looks a bit like we were stranded on Mars.
Traveling across the picturesque Navajo Nation, the largest native American territory.
Actually called ‘Canyon de Chelly’, this canyon is one of our most favorite ones and is located in the Northeastern part of Arizona within the Navajo Nation.
Celebrating our anniversary with our Love Bug in the USA – on the road from California to Arizona.