Blazing Across Eastern Washington

Exiting Oregon, we crossed into eastern Washington on a new-to-us route.  We loved the COE (Corps of Engineers) Plymouth Park even as we were setting up camp.  It’s well managed and maintained, spacious and quiet with level sites – nice!  The folks at the gate were so friendly that we had a chat with them each time we passed through.  […]

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Hello, Nevada!

At first we thought crossing the Utah-Nevada state border might be a bit boring, after being totally wowed by southern Utah during the past few weeks.  But on this route into the state we enjoyed stretches of gorgeous mountain ranges, a vast treeless valley floor, and seas of sagebrush on dry desert.

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Our final Utah stop – Cedar City

Driving out of Kanab, we looked in our rearview mirror and vowed to return, for there were many (red) stones left unturned.  Our next and final stop in southern Utah was Cedar City, with the intent of visiting Cedar Breaks National Monument.  We did some walking there, but the most desirable trails remained closed due to heavy snow during our […]

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