Monthly Archives: March 2016

Hovenweep National Monument

Bluff, UT On Tuesday we drove almost 50 miles east to visit Hovenweep National Monument.  The monument was established in 1923 to protect five prehistoric ancestral Pueblo canyon villages located along a 16 mile stretch of land near the Colorado … Continue reading

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San Juan Hill and the River House Ruins

Bluff, UT Bluff is a very small town (pop. 320) in the southeast corner of Utah.  Like most communities in Utah it was settled by members of the Church of the Latter Day Saints (Mormons).  We have visited Bluff twice … Continue reading

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Through Monument Valley Into Utah

Bluff, UT On Thursday we left Wahweap RV Park on the south side of Lake Powell and headed for Bluff, Ut.  The 180 mile trip goes right through Monument Valley, one of the most scenic drives in the country.  The … Continue reading

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A Boat Ride on Lake Powell

Page, AZ While we do have great views of Lake Powell from our site at Wahweap RV Park, the best way to really experience the beauty of the lake is by boat.  With this in mind Dave and Sue did … Continue reading

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Visit to Paria and the Toadstools

Page, AZ On Sunday we invited Dave and Sue to join us for a visit to two interesting locations along Rte. 89 west of Page.  For the first stop we drove about 34 miles to a dirt road on the … Continue reading

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On to Page and a Visit to White Pocket

Page, AZ Our move from Congress to Page was about 300 miles, a long drive for us.  So Thursday we were up at dawn (literally at dawn!) and on the road by 6:45.  We had to go south on Rte.60 … Continue reading

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Jeeping to Box Canyon and the Narrows Near Wickenburg

Congress, AZ We’ve really enjoyed our stay here in Congress, especially with the beautiful site we have been on in North Ranch thanks to Janna and Mike (Tin TeePee/Log Cabin).  We didn’t get to see them very much during our … Continue reading

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