Monthly Archives: April 2017

Return to Moab – Drive to Looking Glass Rock

Moab, UT On Sunday (4/16) we left Bluff and drove north a hundred miles to Moab.  The drive up US-191 is very scenic, with the snow covered La Sal Mountains coming into view in many spots along the way. It … Continue reading

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Final Hikes Along Comb Ridge

Bluff, UT During our last couple of days in Bluff we did some short hikes into canyons along Comb Ridge leading to some interesting ruins.  All these hikes begin in parking areas along the west side of Butler Wash Road. … Continue reading

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Hiking the Upper Butler Wash

Bluff, UT On Wednesday (4/12) we headed north to explore three sets of ruins along the Upper Butler Wash.  The Upper Butler Wash trailhead is located on UT-95 10.5 miles west of Blanding.  It is at a small parking area … Continue reading

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Moon House Ruins – Bluff, UT

Bluff, UT For our second adventure in the Bluff area we headed up on Cedar Mesa for a hike to the Moon House Ruins.  We did this hike three years ago and tried to do it again with David and … Continue reading

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On to Utah – Procession Panel Hike

Bluff, UT Last Sunday morning (4/9) we left Farmington, NM and headed northwest for about a hundred miles to the little town of Bluff, UT. Bluff is a tiny town of about 300 people located in the four corners area … Continue reading

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Chaco Culture National Historical Park

Farmington, NM We have been staying in the San Juan County Fairgrounds (McGee Park) for a few days now waiting for area dirt roads to dry out from recent rains.  We couldn’t find a decent RV park in the area, … Continue reading

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Aztec Ruins, NM

Farmington, NM Just 15 miles north of our location here in northwest New Mexico is the small town of Aztec, home of the Aztec Ruins National Monument. The structures date to the 11th to 13th centuries, and the misnomer attributing … Continue reading

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