The Grandstaff Trail is the new name for the Negro Bill Canyon Trail. I suppose the name was changed for … Continue reading Grandstaff Trail
The rumble of thunder echos off canyon walls. Looks like I have a storm brewing. Looks worse than the light … Continue reading In a canyon thunder rumbles
After the storms, as I mentioned in previous posts, several trees around my campgrounds lost limbs. Between my site and … Continue reading Busy Beaver
Maybe I wished a bit too hard for some rain to tame the dust. See Dust & Wind. Yesterday about … Continue reading Dust to Deluge
One phenomenon occurs every day as the sun sets beyond the cliffs of Arches National Park – gusting winds. The … Continue reading Dust & Wind
My many applications to Volunteer.gov bore fruit. I was accepted to be a campground host for the BLM (Bureau of … Continue reading Campground Host
I wonder how many arches are in Arches National Park.
I look upon Arches National Park every day. It sits across the Colorado River from my campsite.
This summer has been busy for me. However, most of it has not been camping. I have been exploring the … Continue reading Been busy – but not camping…
After my week in Joshua Tree National Park, I decided that I would take a slow ride home. I really … Continue reading Slow Ride Home
When I learned the week my grandkids had their spring break and Adam could get time off, I started making … Continue reading Joshua Tree National Park