It was time to go on another hike with Aria. BLM trails are great for dogs. The sun was out … Continue reading Corona Arch
About 65 miles southwest of my campground in Moab, is The Needles portion of Canyonlands National Park. A couple of … Continue reading Canyonlands National Park – Part 2
Canyonlands National Park covers 527 square miles of southeastern Utah. It is divided into three sections: Island in the Sky, … Continue reading Canyonlands National Park – Part 1
The Grandstaff Trail is the new name for the Negro Bill Canyon Trail. I suppose the name was changed for … Continue reading Grandstaff Trail
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
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.