Monument Valley, northeastern Arizona
See the tiny vehicle on the road? What can I say about Monument Valley? Unforgettable!
Goosenecks State Park, southeastern Utah
From our Goosenecks camp we visited Valley of the Gods
The San Juan River way below our camp
One of many unique rock formations at Valley of the Gods
Sand Island Campground, Bluff Utah
I watched rafters float the San Juan River from our site at Sand Island Campground. Friends, Chuck and Geri,and their canine crew met up with us at Sand Island and at Cadillac RV Park in Bluff. Great times!
Red Rock Country, Utah
This day’s drive was the most breathtaking I’ve ever experienced. The photo doesn’t begin to show how astonishing the landscapes.
Dirty Devil River Camp, Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, Hite, Utah
This boondock had the most dramatic scenery yet! The Colorado River flows in a huge gorge in front of the site.
San Rafael Reef between Hanksville and Green River, Utah
The crew and I had fun climbing the rocks and walking the canyon. I found several different kinds of flowers . . A great camp!
Goblin Valley State Park, Route 24, Utah
The crew and I boondocked near the state park in a canyon of the San Rafael Reef (previous photo).
Capitol Reef National Park, Utah
One of my favorite photos . . . What a fun day!
Sunglow Campground, Bicknell, Utah
Our first campsite at Sunglow
Our second campsite at Sunglow
This is the second entry posted today. More 2013 in review to come . . .
THANK YOU, RVSUE SHOPPERS,
FOR MAKING MY FIRST YEAR AS AN AMAZON ASSOCIATE A SUCCESS!
NOTE on another subject:
Rusty has received and enjoyed cards and letters from his friends who read this blog. He feels bad that he cannot send replies, as he appreciates the mail very much. (The tremors in his hands and arms make it too difficult for him to write letters.) I promised Rusty that I would express his appreciation here on his behalf.