May 12 (continued)
Bridget, Reggie, and I leave Chinle, Arizona. The Perfect Tow Vehicle carries us on Route 191 north to Bluff, Utah. This collection of photos shows some of the scenes along this memorable ride.
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We come upon a small herd of burros. Of course, I have to stop for a photo shoot!
The driver honks his horn several times — “Get outta’ the road!” — before rushing past us.
A curious trio alongside the road and another curious trio inside the Perfect Tow Vehicle.
“Uh, you on the left. Could you move over more and look at the camera please?”
“What a handsome profile you have!”
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This rock formation is massive.
See the needles on the left? I zoom for a closer view.
The photo is blurry due to distance and hand-held. Do you see the family?
I suppose these are considered “badlands.” To me the rock looks like folds of velvet.
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A peaceful scene of mothers with children
A lone horse commands the photo as much as the huge rock.
Red rock, red horses
Out of Arizona into Utah!
I love this sign.
Sometimes faith is required that the road continues.
We stop along Route 191 for a break. Reggie looks at the storm gathering behind us.
“We’re almost home, sweetheart.”
When I see the white rocks, I know we’re close to Bluff.
An exhilarating ride! “Wheeeeee!”
Over the San Juan River we go!
“We’re here! Okay, cuties. Let me look for a campsite. Then you can get out.”
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What a day!
From the overlook at Canyon de Chelly to Sand Island, a few miles west of Bluff. . .
In the next post the crew will show you around our new camp!
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