Absolute Tenacity

National Monuments

National Monuments in the USA are free to Military Veterans and everybody in their vehicle! Most of them require a bit of travel to get there, but it’s worth the effort! Grab a scrapbook (there are several styles available) and collect the unique Stamps from the National Parks and Monuments. This is a collection that requires no storage space!

More Than Mount Rushmore

Four Presidential Faces engraved into/out of the rocky mountainside; the National Monument they call Mount Rushmore: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln..

Hello and welcome! If you’re new to the story, we began in Galveston three days ago!  My sister and I (and her two kiddos) have now arrived safely in Hill City, South Dakota. The room reservations were made in advance and thankfully everything was in order! We’ve been looking forward to exploring this area because …

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Bryce Canyon & Zion National Park

The Hoodoo Pillars at Bryce Canyon.

Bryce Canyon & Zion National Park are two separate parks.  They are 90 minutes (roughly 75 miles) apart.  We visited Bryce on the first day, and then Zion on the second day.  Both of them offer shuttle buses, allowing you to park your vehicle once, and then get off and on the shuttle at your …

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