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... unique. We had wound our way up a peak we could see the road wind back down to a narrow valley. Down in the valley there was a stream & a bridge for the highway to cross. Then it wound back up another peak on the other side of the valley.
Casa Malpais RV Park is OK for an overnight trip. There were several very old rigs that people are obviously living in full time. That always makes an RV park seem a little iffy. ...
I really like art. So much so that I got a special waiver to let my contemporary art class count towards my masters in international affairs. But I didn't discover the Lightning Field. Ben did. His friend Matt, who wrote 1000 places in the US To See Before You Die, told him about it. The concept is pretty simple. There are about 30,000 acres out in the New Mexico prairie, and artist Walter De Maria has installed about 400 stainless steelpoles ...
The day started by going to Walmart where I saw the vintage BMW Motorcycle and Sidecar very cool.
Turning North today I am heading for cooler temperatures (I hope) the am planned to ride the "Devils Highway" AZ 191. But fist I had a very nice chat with a young man who flagged me down with flashing red and blue lights. He gave me a souvenir in the form of a "Warning" for going 60mph in a 55mph zone. I really have to make my naughty ...
- Departing Moab.
- Navajo reservation "part deux".
- Long day to Eagar, AZ.
The wind blew most of the night but seems to have relented some this morning. We were up, fed and pulling out of this noisy park by 8:30 AM which is a RV travel morning departure record for us on this trip. When old Mr. Shakespeare wrote the lines for Juliet, “parting ...
... much fear and chaos. I love the Wild West stories so enjoyed seeing familiar named areas.
Passing thru Capitan, we found the home of the original Smoky the Bear (including a historical park and grave site). A little cub bear was found in a forest fire, named Smoky and the saga began.
An afternoon thundershower lasted about an hour; glad we finally drove out of it, as some of the rainfall was heavy.
The landscape has ...