On our second morning camped on the Edge of the Abyss at Goosenecks State Park, Millie starts getting a bit more curious to snoop over the edge…
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Saturday, October 18, 2014
After spending a week in Moab, by Saturday, I had learned one important rule—get out of town on the weekends in the peak Spring and Fall tourist seasons! The town had seemed to triple in size virtually overnight! Rather than fight the crowds at the national parks nearby, I pulled up stakes and headed out for a 4-day road-trip to explore the areas along Hwy 191 south of Moab (down to Southeast Utah).
No plan other than that. No campground reservations for a Saturday night, just trusting that my Allstays Camp & RV app and my Escapees Days End Directory would lead me to some great available campsites!
We meandered our way down Hwy 191 checking out a few camps along the way, but Goldilocks was not finding the “it” campsite just yet. But as we reached Goosenecks State Park as the sun was setting, “it” had most certainly been found!
Thursday, October 16, 2014
Even if you’ve never been to Utah or have hiked Arches National Park, you likely have seen one of its most-famous destinations—Delicate Arch. It’s image even adorns the Utah state license plate!
After leaving Colorado, I had Moab, Utah in my sights. Warm, sunny days in the upper 70s, pleasant nights in the low 50s, two amazing national parks (Arches & Canyonlands) to re-explore, and lots of brilliant red and orange Colorado River valley rocks to hike and photograph. What’s not to love?
Saturday, October 11, 2014
Visiting the Vail Valley is always a bit of a challenge when driving an RV with a toad attached. Fortunately, I arrived on Friday afternoon when most folks (and their cars!) were out and about. I easily snagged a nice parking spot for the RV right in front of the house, but with overnight temps hovering around freezing, my brother’s fiance’ insisted Millie and I stay in the guest room in the house—so, I packed a little duffle bag and away we went for the weekend!
Friday, October 10, 2014
A couple months ago, I decided to finally get my ‘07 Winnie weighed at the nearby truck stop’s CAT scale. Many other owners of the 1st-generation Sprinter have reported on the Yahoo View-Navion forum that their rigs routinely run a few hundred pounds over the GVWR, so I braced myself as the clerk handed me the printed weight report.