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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 ...
... on to Jacobs Lake, Arizona. We dropped off some gear and headed for the Grand Canyon North Rim. The ride was pleasant, then we got a taste of the views, OMG wow, and wow again.. We walked about the north rim, enjoying Angels Landing, the old Lodge and drinking in the amazing spectacular views. As the afternoon wore on the light changed and seemed to contrast and deepen.
Jacobs Lake for accommodation and blueberry pie with dinner, all very ...
... and taking his time doing whatever he was doing. I finally had to back up the rig and Sooby to get to a pump. With driving all of the steep ascents, the mileage suffered a bit, but it was worth it. The area hereabouts is beautiful!
My target was Ponderosa Campground. I had called recreation.gov and talked with a gal about where to go to camp. She told me that Ponderosa was a good bet. It wasn’t far from Payson, ...
... our country than to go international.
We are enjoying getting reacquainted with the US. The Southwest is incredible and extremely different - in fact the complete opposite – climate and landscape wise – to the east coast. It’s bone dry here; we simply can’t get enough water; and our skin, use to the humidity of Latin America, is dry all the time. The landscape is dazzling – yes we have seen some ...
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