Monthly Archives: October 2015

Lots Of Memories and Life On The Rez (long)

(Pictures will be near the end) We arrive at Navajoland and Monument Valley with iffy weather ahead of us. I’m excited to be here, yet I have mixed emotions about this place in particular. I’ll try to explain, but some … Continue reading

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More Moab (just pictures)

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Moab….And Thoughts….

Approaching from the north on Hwy 191, on the right side of the road there is a wall…a very tall wall of red rocks. Not mountains, no it looks like a red wall. To the left there are the snow … Continue reading

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Rain….and Rainbows!

We have rain everyday here in Torrey. Not just a little bit either, but on and off every day, sometimes heavy, sometimes soft. One day we have rainbows! I see them four different times and one is a double rainbow! … Continue reading

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We Find The Red Rocks!

Friday October 16 It’s only 56 miles to Torrey, Utah where we stay at Thousand Lakes RV Park. Walls of red cliffs line the campground and the road for miles before we get here. Yes, I’ve seen red rocks before, … Continue reading

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A Concert For Cows

One way to lighten your spirits is to give a Concert For Cows. I hadn’t planned it, but there were so many black cows on the way to Maple Grove Campground, I stopped to play some music for them….a CD … Continue reading

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Feeling Crabby…but there are Three “Yay’s”

This morning we leave Deer Creek State Park and drive a relatively short 100+ miles to Salina, Utah. I say ‘relatively’ because part of it is on I-15 and it’s never fun in the area of Salt Lake City and … Continue reading

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