Between work and illness, we didn't really get to see much while in Anza Borrego. However, our last day there, our friend Rich Luhr took us out in the afternoon to see the prehistoric metal sculptures and the Slot Canyon. The sculpture were interesting, but the Slot Canyon was AMAZING. We absolutely loved weaving our way through the narrow tunnels created by the rainy season. If you are caught in the slot canyon when a flash flood comes, you are out of options. Although the day we were there was sunny and clear, it was eerie knowing that we were stuck at the bottom with no way out in a hurry.
One of our neighbors was a sword swallowing couple that travels the country doing shows. They delighted everyone within ear shot with a mini show that entertained and horrified our children.
I am a wife, mother, and exercise physiologist with one foot in the world of travel and one foot in the world of fitness. This blog is a mixture of travel adventures and wellness topics that affect women and their families. We've travelled, first in our Airstream and then in Australia, while attempting to balance work, life, health, and relationships. It's been an amazing journey so far. Join me as we navigate new places, adjust to small spaces, and meet new faces.