If you wish to contact us -

Photographer, driver and web maintenance - davehileman@icloud.com

Travel planning, scheduling, restaurant finder, guidebook guru, organizer, hiker, and much more - cindyjhileman@icloud.com

 

Here are some sites to visit for more information:

Here is the complete list including affiliated areas and other non-park designations from the National Park Service for the 100th year: https://www.nps.gov/aboutus/upload/NPIndex2012-2016.pdf There have been parks added since this list was published.

The Oliver Travel Trailer Company: http://olivertraveltrailers.com

A good place to start for Fuji Cameras information: http://www.fujifilm.com/products/digital_cameras/

Want some excellent photographs and well-written, helpful instruction, try Dennis Mook's  http://www.thewanderinglensman.com  I learn something every time I read Dennis' blog and, if I followed his advice more, would be a better photographer. A few times I have been able to travel and shoot with Dennis were among my best learning experiences. 

Other photography sites that update on a regular basis and are skewed to information that I like and find very helpful are:

https://nomadicpursuits.com Jim Nix's site is a treasure trove of great ideas and clear teaching with a focus on Skylum products. And colors!

http://www.fujirumors.com Latest rumors and more on Fujifilm cameras.

http://billfortney.com Love his photos - Americana, Travel, great colors, Bill leads lots of photo tours.

https://thomasheaton.co.uk This is just a magical site. Particularly his YouTube channel. Watching Thomas is a meditative and learning experience. 

http://theonlinephotographer.typepad.com I don't always understand the topic but the writing is clear, the knowledge deep. 

http://www.flixelpix.com Love these too - Ireland, moody mountains and lots of bands. Interesting work.

YouTube Channels:

Photography: Thomas Heaton, James Popsys, Jim Nix

RV Camping: Long, Long Honeymoon, Keep Your Daydream

There are lots more I view sporadically that are good and occasionally brilliant but not as consistent as these. IMO

Podcasts:

Tips from the Top Floor - never sure I like this one until I listen, he has a lot of knowledge. Just a bit relentless on the promotion

B&H Podcasts - The gold standard

Lenswork - very close behind B&H, somedays ahead.

The Art of Photography - growing on me, good site

The Digital Story - I like this one but not all of the topics

Master Photography - recently found this one and so far stellar.