July 1, 2018

Day 14 – The World’s Most Epic RV Road Trip – Bryce Canyon + Valley of Fire State Park + Lake Mead

Our last real day of travel has arrived. We are all feeling it a little – ready to head home, but at the same time totally in love with this trip we’ve taken. Or at least most of us are. My daughter is 14, and she’s…well, she’s weary by this point. For our finaly day, we were up by 5am for an early morning hike for a few reasons. 1. The husband and I have done this hike before, and it gets hot down in the cathedral. It’s best done early in the morning. The hike out is brutal, and […]
June 30, 2018

Day 13 – The World’s Most Epic RV Road Trip – Grand Canyon + Horseshoe Bend + Paria Toadstools + Ho’Made Pie

This post wins for longest title ever…but I couldn’t leave any of them off! The day started just outside of the Grand, at our campground at Ten X. I want to stress again that this was in our top 5 campgrounds of the whole trip – and it was TEN DOLLARS a night!! So, I’ve been to the Grand Canyon before. A couple of years ago, the husband and I stopped here at the tail end of our trip through Utah on our way back to Vegas. It was kind of like this: Not that I was unimpressed. It’s pretty, […]
August 28, 2017

Mars on Earth

There is this little spot out in the actual middle of nowhere in Utah. It’s exactly what I imagine it’s like to be on Mars, except you know, with oxygen. It’s approximately 12 miles off of Utah-24 between Hanksville and Interstate-70 and it is SO worth the stop. The day we were there, it was around 108 degrees. It felt like 120. From the parking area, this is the view. A surreal hodge podge of boulders stacked atop one another covering the ENTIRE valley. But what is not readily visible…is that they are HUGE. These super cool formations are really […]
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