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Shortly after we arrived at Monument Valley, a beautiful vintage Airstream pulled in right next to us. Then to top it off, after a very brief rainshower, we were treated to a double rainbow as well!
Can’t you see the speech bubbles? “Can we come in now?”
Sans Airstream, we took a quick overnight trip to Calistoga. A beautiful hotel, a couple of good meals, and spent some time enjoying the vineyards slipping into dormancy after the harvest. Saturday morning was clear and cool, 36 degrees. But … Continue reading
Another beautiful October weekend in Bodega Bay made up for the horrible 110 mile, 4 hour drive Friday afternoon from San Jose to Doran Regional Park. We arrived after dark in the wind and fog, but Saturday morning awoke to … Continue reading
October often brings some of the best weather of the year to the Monterey Bay area. We spent a long weekend at Sunset State Beach, and enjoyed warm days and crystal clear cool nights. Our favorite site is on a … Continue reading
Last Friday, around 2PM, I was fully ready for the week to end. On impulse I decided to pull the Airstream out of storage, on the chance that a walkup site at Seacliff was available. Two hours later, I called … Continue reading
Canyonlands via the back entrance 🙂 From downtown Moab, GPS will actually offer this as a preferred route. Not a problem for 4 wheel drives, but towing a trailer or driving a car, there’s a much more comfortable paved route, … Continue reading
From Kodachrome Basin, we headed up Highway 12 toward Moab. Highway 12 is one of those must-see roads in America, incredibly scenic as it travels along the Escalante Grand Staircase. Here we discovered 3 people who chose to follow their … Continue reading
From the Grand Canyon, we headed north on Hwy 89, then east on UT-12 to Kodachrome Basin State Park, named after the popular color film such by a National Geographic expedition in 1948. The basin, carved out of multi-colored sandstone, … Continue reading