Adjusting future stops and extending our stay here in Kanab was a good decision, as it was a place where we wanted to (and still want to) spend more time. The weather was perfect, and fortunately J&J RV Park was able to accommodate our request to extend.
When we first camped in Page, Arizona in Spring 2016, we had a great time and vowed to return. That visit was filled with outdoor activities, but several hidden wonderlands remained unexplored in this photogenic playground. I published two posts on our first visit; Exploring by Land and Water and Banded Hills. Page was briefly our home base again last summer when we caught […]
Anza-Borrego Desert State Park has a special place in Steve’s heart. This is where his parents used to boondock in their RV every winter for years, and he visited them several times during their stays. Our last visit here was a decade ago when we flew down to spread his parent’s ashes in the desert that had been their beloved winter home. Now we […]
While writing about yet another week of exploring yet another amazing place, it dawned on me that we’ve been in southern Utah for over eight weeks! We continue to immerse ourselves in the natural and majestic surroundings, and this post spotlights some of the fascinating features of south-central Utah – mostly the area along Scenic Byway 12. Red Canyon in the Dixie National Forest Traveling […]
We were excited to arrive at Lake Powell for a change of pace after many miles of hiking in and around Zion National Park. The 186-mile long lake lies mostly in Utah and straddles the Utah/Arizona border. We stayed for a week at Wahweap RV Park (Steve’s review here), which is technically in Arizona but right on the state line […]