Four Wheeling with Joe and Gay – Moab, Utah

Hells Revenge Trail

We were looking forward to arriving in Moab, Utah, as several of our friends had already staked their claims at Portal RV Park.  That alone was a hint that we’d be in good company and sharing some outdoor fun.  Moab is a hub for outdoor activities, a vast scenic playground with enthusiasts of every kind flocking here.  And we were happy to join them! During the past few years that […]

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Let’s take a drive! – Bluff, Utah

Mexican Hat

While driving and hiking to/from intriguing ancient ruins, we were constantly treated to amazing scenery all around.  We are after all in southern Utah, known for its dramatic sprawl of red rocks and geological splendor.  The diversity we witnessed kept my camera busy and us fascinated. Let me show you the scenery, and hopefully you’ll be as taken in as we were.  I […]

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A Glimpse of Past Inhabitants – Bluff, UT

Wolfman Petroglyph

Excitement was in the air as we left Page, Arizona, heading toward our next destination at Bluff, Utah.  Happily, our route along Hwy 163 took us through one of our bucket list “must-see” places, Monument Valley.  It’s striking landscape is the most photographed area lying entirely within Navajo Indian Reservation territory along the Utah/Arizona border. The Navajo name for the area is Tse Bii’ Ndzisgaii, meaning “valley of […]

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