Monthly Archives: May 2016

Canyonlands NP South

Saturday Peg, Katie, and I drove to the southern entranceĀ of Canyon lands NP. By paved roads this is about 80 miles from the main entrance. It was great fun to drive by the entrance to Arches and see the hundreds … Continue reading

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The Great Unkown

May 1869 at Green River Station, Wyoming John Wesley Powell and ten men in four boats struck out on the Green River into “The Great Unkown”. The purpose was to explore, map, and record the river through the Grand Canyon. … Continue reading

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Capitol Reef National Park

Capitol Reef National Park is a wonderful park with limited ways to view it because it is a long narrow park in very rough country. It is the eastern bookend of the southern National Parks and Monuments in Utah with … Continue reading

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Hell’s Backbone Escalante Utah

Hell’s Backbone road is an approximately 35 mile road created in 1935 by the CCC. The road travels from Escalante to Boulder Utah through the mountains reaching a height of around 9500 feet. It is just an awesome drive, though … Continue reading

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Devil’s Kitchen Utah

Pictures of Devil’s Kitchen in The Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. This is a unique place with all these hoodoos and windows. This is where the snake found Peg. They both decided to leave well enough alone! The picture second down … Continue reading

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The Grand Staircase and Escalante National Monument

After some repairs to the Montana, our tour continues with the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monumental. We are in Escalante, Utah at the Canyons of Escalante RV Park a very nice well kept, well operated park with a great restaurant at … Continue reading

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Bryce Canyon NP

Peg and I had a wonderful day at Bryce. We chose a good day weather wise, on Friday Bryce got 6″ of snow! The park was full of people, they come from all over the world to see the western … Continue reading

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