Photo Essay: The road from Green River to Salina

Friday, September 29 (continued)

The Perfect Tow Vehicle tows the Best Little Trailer out of Lower Gray Canyon Campground.

One last glance at the beach.

Reggie, Roger, and I rumble down Hastings Road.

One last look at the river and the monuments.

We roll into the town of Green River.

Oh, there’s the melon stand up ahead.  Should I?  Should I?  

Aww . . . What the heck!

I turn the wheel and into the parking lot we go.  Soon I’m carrying two precious Crenshaws — green ones — to store in the BLT.  Inside I wrap them individually in towels and gently place them on the floor of the bathroom.

I climb into the PTV.

“Okay, crew.  We’re going to Salina!”

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The following photos are from my Dirty Windshield Collection.  

Interstate 70 from Green River to Salina (or from Salina to Green River) is among my favorite sections of road.

In order to share it with you, I hold up my camera in front and to the right of me and take photos of what I see as I drive.

(Do not chastise me for this.  My actions are no more dangerous than sipping a beverage while driving.)

Today’s photo road trip begins with the San Rafael Reef!

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We’re almost there!

Can you guess where our new camp is?

Here’s a hint . . . It sounds like this:

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