Trains, buses and ferries

The best part about living on the road is the opportunity to explore and there’s always something new to see or do, no matter where you are.
Follow us along the way.

In Arizona we rode the train from Williams to The Grand Canyon.

While visiting Sedona we watched the sunrise from a hot air balloon over the Coconino National Forest.

In Michigan our ferry to Mackinac Island shared the water channel of Lakes Michigan & Huron with a liner.  

In South Dakota we rode the 1880 Train from Hill City to Keystone.

In Colorado we hung out with the Narrow Gauge Train in Silverton.

And in New Mexico we rode the Rail Runner from Santa Fe to Albuquerque, caught the metro bus to Old Town, then the train back to Santa Fe.

This may surprise you: the fare (senior) to ride the Rail Runner round trip was $7 x 2 and included the round trip metro bus fare in Albuquerque – best daily excursion deal on the planet.

And some rural-America scenes are best viewed from rail.

About Sue Puetz

photographer || student || teacher || living in an RV || exploring North America
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