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Dinosaur National Monument

June 10, 2019 On August 17, 1909 Earl Douglass discovered eight tailbones of an Apatosaurus, previously known as a Brontosaurus. Years of digging uncovered bone after bone, skeleton after skeleton. Thousands and thousands of fossil bones were carefully cleaned, logged, … Continue reading

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Pipe Spring National Monument

May 1, 2019 Pipe Spring National Monument A Little History In the arid southwest, water is life. Over hundreds or thousands of years, snow melt and rainwater seep slowly through the sandstone and other porous rock layers until it reaches … Continue reading

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Best Friends Animal Sanctuary, Kanab, UT

April 30-May 4, & May 9-13 2019 While camped at Lee’s Ferry Campground we chatted with our neighbor and he told us we HAD to go to the Best Friends Animal Sanctuary in Kanab, Utah. We kinda’, maybe, sorta’ heard … Continue reading

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Glen Canyon National Recreation Area

April 26-28, 2019 We were able to book several nights in Wahweap Campground at Glen Canyon. The large, full hook up sites book up months in advance but we were able to get a no hook up site with only … Continue reading

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Lee’s Ferry & Marble Canyon

April 17-21, 2019 We headed east out of Grand Canyon National Park, skirted the beautiful canyons on the Little Colorado River and swung north and up toward Page. Before the climb up to that plateau we angled west on 89A … Continue reading

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Grand Canyon National Park

April 9-17, 2019 John’s Writing Assignment: Compare and contrast your two visits to the Grand Canyon. Glorious! Both times. There simply isn’t another word for it.   On my first trip I was with a Boy Scout Troop that backpacked … Continue reading

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5 Sites in 5 Nights

April 8, 2019 Many, many people are jealous of our wandering ways. Even others that full time or do lengthy part time stays in their RV marvel at our comfort with not knowing where we’ll be going, what we’ll be … Continue reading

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