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... to stop and sit on top of Cruzer’s roof staring off into the big open areas leading up to the mountains. How do these places even exist? These are my favorite roads, where I don’t cross paths with another car for miles on end. It’s just me and the open road. Yes, that’s the good stuff! My friend I met today, Darren, stated a quote that resonated with me. “The west is a dreamlike landscape, filled with powerful things, ...
... definitely worth the effort. Many families with children made the trek, and that was good to see! Hope the photos do this justice.
Canyonlands National Park, Moab, Utah. Although not as deep or expansive as the Grand Canyon, it is still impressive. The canyons are actually the convergence point for two rivers--the Green River and the Colorado River--and the sculpting that has ...
... get over. It really hasn't been that bad for a gas motor home. Once over the hump, we notice a change of landscape. The desert look and wide foothills are sure a change from the mountains and cliffs. We stop at one of the viewpoints for lunch and remember stopping at the same one in 2012 on our way back from Alaska. Hasn't changed much.
The foothills in this area are awesome and cars look like specks. I have a video that has a ...
... took what we could get at such short notice. I have started a separate camp journal where we find best camp sites and then jot those numbers down, so the next time we'll be ready!
Our visit to Ridgeway was filled with games, good meals, good company, & a little time spent swimming in the reservoir with Kohli. Next time we visit Ridgeway, we know the exact spot we want to reserve (one at a higher elevation overlooking the San ...
... up the side of the mountain to the arch, and we decided that it wasn’t going to happen for us. The brain makes promises the body can’t keep.
We came back to the campground and we all went for a swim and sat in the hot tub for a bit. We sat outside and watched a storm pass to the south of us and ate dinner.
We are leaving here tomorrow and heading for Bryce ...
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