We visited Canyonlands yesterday and enjoyed a perfect anniversary picnic near the Green River Overlook. The Island in the Sky section is a great plateau with the Colorado canyons on the east and the Green River Canyon on the west. Driving south you finally come to the view of the confluence. From here to Lake … Continue reading Canyonlands
One of the lessons our travel pquickly taught us is that we don’t need too much stuff. It seems we’ve left a trail across the country of perfectly good things we just don’t need anymore that were only encumbering the journey. In the weeks before we left home we spent days sorting through all the … Continue reading Things we need and things we don’t
While Jennifer was working at the Shack on Saturday afternoon, Sydney and I took off to explore one of the ten or more gravel roads through the National Forest in the Bryce area.
We visited Zion on Thursday. Now we’re settled in Bryce Canyon Pines, using both an electric heater and our propane furnace to keep warm against the wind and blowing snow. Road travel is getting easy. At least easier. We are getting good at what seemed last week to be major problems setting up camp and … Continue reading Tale of two canyons