[alert-note]If you remember, shortly after My grandson Seth, Jagger and I arrive at Houston Mesa Campground, my family and friends arrive. To read part one of this post: [click here][/alert-note] Jagger […]
We traversed a few slippery slopes and muddy trails, while visiting with fellow travelers along the way.
As we were about ready to get out of the truck I noticed a man and women with two dogs “off leash” running around crazy. I started the truck up and move as far away as I could…
I too am not immune to the bug, I came down with a terrible chest cold and cough last Sunday. I felt it coming on Saturday as we were visiting the museum, by that night I knew trouble was brewing.
It’s out in the desert. A place as dry as you could ever imagine except for the shallow valley of Salt Creek River, Arizona. Filled with greenery, including some nice size trees…
About half way into our hike Janessa received a troubling text. My oldest son was admitted into the ER and listed as critical.
No sooner did we arrive and we had places to go and people to see, not to mention the doctor, dentist, tax accountant and optometrist. It was going to be a jam packed stay here in the OC, much different than most of my camps and I am looking forward to it.
As we were admiring the view we noted a set of rather ominous black clouds moving over the mountains and down the valley so we decided to hightail it back down to the trailhead.
Yesterday we went for a hike in the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest. Specifically a place named “Grotto Falls” on the Peteetneet Creek. After a short drive from our camp at Lake Utah, […]
On Hold in Arizona For those who didn’t know, I had extended my stay in Arizona by several weeks because I was waiting on a couple of parts to be obtained by Orangewood RV in Surprise, AZ. so they could complete the warranty work on my Coach. I only had superficial flaws […]
I haven’t covered preparation for going on hikes, whether here in the desert or in the lush mountains. I use the “All Trails” app almost exclusively for choosing a hike or outing. If you haven’t used this yet, it’s a great tool for planning your hikes. You can identify trails around you, how popular they are along with other physical descriptions of terrain.
Wednesday, I meandered down to Gila Bend…to visit another published petroglyph site here in Arizona. I enjoyed…