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Enjoying Boulder City

Boulder City, NV It’s been a while since our last post, but we’ve been busy settling in to our new home in Boulder City.  The photo below shows one of our favorite activities here. Both of our children have flown … Continue reading

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Enjoying a New Ride

Boulder City, NV For many years before we retired we enjoyed touring the country on a 1999 Harley-Davidson Ultra Classic.  When we went full time in the motorhome, we purchased a trailer that would accommodate the bike and a car … Continue reading

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A Little Hiking Near Lake Mead

Boulder City, NV We are slowly settling in to our new home here in Boulder City.  Since we purchased the house furnished, the move-in has not been very difficult.  The biggest change for us is living with all this space! … Continue reading

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Exploring in Bluff, Pt. 3 of 3

Bluff, UT Toward the end of our week in Bluff we headed back up on Cedar Mesa to explore Shieks Canyon.  To get to the trailhead you follow the directions to the more popular Bullet Canyon Trailhead (between mm 21 … Continue reading

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Exploring in Bluff, Pt. 2 of 3

Bluff, UT The nimble hiker recently read about a beautiful canyon located west of the town of Blanding, which is 20 miles north of Bluff.  Arch Canyon has three large arches and a number of ancient ruins.  We didn’t go … Continue reading

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Exploring in Bluff, Pt. 1 of 3

Bluff, UT During our week stay in Bluff we re-visited some places we had been on previous visits and found some new places to explore.  Steve and MonaLiza arrived here mid-week and joined us on a visit to San Juan … Continue reading

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Hiking to the Citadel – Bluff, UT

Bluff, UT We’ve hiked to many ancient pueblo ruins in the area around Bluff (southeastern Utah) during our four previous visits.  But after a bit of research the nimble hiker found a site up on nearby Cedar Mesa that turned … Continue reading

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