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Once I've left Albuquerque, I take the back roads towards Arizona, which takes me through El Malpais, comprising of several Indian reservations. At our first stop, an entire herd of bulls starts charging down the prairie as I walk up and down the road taking pictures. Oscar runs along with the bulls (on our side of the fence).
The prairie is a beautiful thing. So much so that I wish I had a horse and could ride off into the sunset, at least for a few ...
... about a 30 mile jaunt. I checked my food, water, and snack situation and forged ahead. I encounters sand in many places but not nearly as loose and as deep as what I got stuck in. Some parts were so bumpy I wished I had a kidney belt but if I went a little faster it seemed to feel smoother. The scenery was fantastic. I stopped 20 miles in for a snack and a rest. I would have never seen this if the parks were open so I am making the ...
We awoke to a clear bright and fresh morning, we could feel another good day was coming. We headed out of Bryce Canyon land for Grand Canyon North rim, however we decided to make a detour up the Mt Carmel H'way and into Zion, just because we could and we were in the neighbourhood anyway. And oh what a road to enjoy twice over. Fantastic. The queues weren’t so long going into the one way tunnel.
We stopped for lunch in the nice Café in Kanab and ...
Our first stop on our Oregon adventure is Jacob Lake campground. It is a cool spot in the pines. We had a site near the road so it was a little bit noisy. There are no hookups in this campground, but there is a motel and restaurant across the street with AMAZING looking cookies! It was the first night in our Kiwi Too travel trailer. I don't think Eme was very comfortable....she ended up sleeping on the floor. But, it was just a lay-over for our next ...
... t make it smaller. The Guy laughed. The Wife, not so much. I thanked them and went on my way to Sharpe Creek Campground, as they/she suggested. I don’t remember if it has an “e” at the end of Sharpe or not, but it sounds a bit classier to me, so there it is.
The nice Host Lady met me as I pulled into Sharpe. She was very outgoing and friendly, welcoming me to the place. This is a smaller CG, with ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking