Soon after we arrive in the area, the crew and I drive through Bluff.
I have my camera ready for out-the-window shots. It isn’t long before a picture presents itself.
Huge rocks stand guard around houses tucked among cottonwood trees.
Horses graze in a pasture along Main Street.
We pass a few restaurants, of course . . . .
This one is named for a nearby landscape feature, not the punk hairstyle.
At the heart of Bluff is the Bluff Fort settlement.
If you visit Bluff, you must tour Bluff Fort!
In the meantime, follow this link to Bluff Fort for excellent photos of the fort and for fascinating information, including the Hole-in-the-Rock Expedition, part of “one of the most extraordinary wagon trips ever undertaken in North America and a fine example of pioneer spirit.”
The homes of Bluff display architecture from simple to ornate.
In a post written during our 2014 visit to Bluff, I included photos of houses, so I’ll only include one house in this post.
Here’s a business opportunity!
Main street leads to the Twin Rocks Cafe on the east side of town.
Here they are!
The crew and I return to our campsite at Sand Island Campground.
Next time we’re in town I’ll order something from the Twin Rocks Cafe.
The crew and I conclude our day with a sunset stroll-and-roll to the riverside.
“This cool air is nice, isn’t it, Bridge.”
Oops! Classic blunder of the amateur photographer!
I did it. I took a photo of Bridget with a post sticking up from her head!
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