Santa Fe, New Mexico house sit.

Santa Fe is known as the City Different and within one visit, you will know why. Santa Fe embodies a rich history, melding Hispanic, Anglo and Native American cultures whose influences are apparent in everything from the architecture, the food, the art and on. Remember, we’re seated at an elevation of 7,000 feet, so come and … Continue reading Santa Fe, New Mexico house sit.

Housesitting in St. George Utah and visit to Snow Canyon state park.

I recently had a 10 day house sit in St. George , Utah.  Well, actually the house was about 20 – 25 miles out of St. George closer to a town called Vejo. Vejo is very small and known for its pie store ! The house that I house sat at was out in the … Continue reading Housesitting in St. George Utah and visit to Snow Canyon state park.

Small towns in Nevada and Graveyard musings.

This week when I was driving from Utah to California I took my time and made a few stops. A good part of my drive was thru the state of Nevada .Nevada is full of small , interesting towns,  “living ghost towns” and empty ghost towns, old mines, etc. I made a couple stops in … Continue reading Small towns in Nevada and Graveyard musings.

Best Friends animal society. Utah

While taking some time off in between house sits I went to Kanab , Utah to visit my friend Joni. Her and I met thru the animal rescue world . She was living in Nevada and I in California. We made several trips together to Kanab, Utah to volunteer at Best friends animal society. Please click … Continue reading Best Friends animal society. Utah

House sit in Atascadero with visits to the coast.

I recently did a 2 week house sit in Atascadero which is small  city in San Luis Obispo county in central California. Atascadero is a beautiful farming region with  rolling hills,  wineries and only 20 miles from the  central California coastline which includes the charming little towns like Morro bay, Cambria, Cayucos and  one can … Continue reading House sit in Atascadero with visits to the coast.

Carmel, Point Lobos State Natural preserve, and Big Sur.

After The Hoedown which I talked about in last post, I had a quick 5 day house sit in Nevada city .   Here is a post about Nevada city from a stay I did there last year. https://sueswanderings.com/2018/01/03/nevada-city-california/. This time was a quick  sit with Stanley and Lexie My next house sit is in Atascadero , … Continue reading Carmel, Point Lobos State Natural preserve, and Big Sur.

Lost Sierra Hoedown

Lost Sierra Hoedown is a fun little (only 500 tickets sold) Hoedown music campout in the Sierra Nevadas . It takes place in a small town called Johnsville, Ca. at the old Johnsville historic ski area. This from the founders: Our mission is to re-invent the music festival, inspire land stewardship through outdoor recreation, and … Continue reading Lost Sierra Hoedown

Point Reyes National seashore.

I recently had a few days free from house sitting and went on a 4 night camping trip to the coast. I camped at Samual P.Taylor state park which is a great location to camp and explore Point Reyes National seashore. I love this area. So much to see, miles and miles of hiking trails, beautiful beaches, Tule elk, … Continue reading Point Reyes National seashore.

8th annual Guitarfish Music festival

Guitarfish is an intimate camping and music experience in a magical setting; over a mile high, in the woods, on the South Fork of the Yuba River, at the Cisco Grove Campground. This year was the 8th annual and I have gone every year except one.   Set in the stunning Sierras at Cisco Grove … Continue reading 8th annual Guitarfish Music festival