Wednesday, April 25th One of the most popular hikes in this area is Wire Pass Canyon. The trailhead is on House Rock Road about eight miles south of Hwy 89. This is also part of one of the most popular hikes in the US. This hike can start at Buckskin Gulch or at Wire Pass Canyon which ends in Buckskin Gulch. The hike continues on down Buckskin Gulch to the confluence of… Read More
Wednesday, April 18 to Sunday, April 22 Early Wednesday morning I prepare to head out for my next camp. I turn on my TPMS to get a pressure reading on the tires. I always check my tire pressure before starting out on a travel day. Usually I will check it the morning before, but didn’t this time. One of the trailer tires was down to 15 pounds – not good 😦
Friday, April 6 – Tuesday, April 17 Friday morning I finish breaking camp at Zion and pull out of my site around 10am. On the way out I stop to empty the holding tanks and take on fresh water. Now I’m set for a couple weeks of boondocking.
Wednesday, March 28 I leave my camp near Overton, NV to head north into Utah. I want to spend a couple nights close to St. George, UT to do some shopping, laundry, get a haircut, etc. There is some BLM land right on the south side of St. George in the Arizona Strip which would be very convenient for running my errands. I arrive early afternoon. There are quite a few RVs… Read More
July 28 – 30, 2017 Delta, UT to Fallon, NV Hwy 50 from Delta, UT to Fallon, NV is named the Loneliest Road in the US. It is 410 miles from Delta to Fallon, and there are only two towns – Ely and Eureka. So the highway lives up to its name! It is two lane blacktop with no shoulders mostly. Only occasionally do you see other vehicles.
July 25 – 27, 2017 My appointment for the solar system install is for Friday, August 4th in California. This isn’t the optimum time of the year to travel across western Colorado, Utah and Nevada. Daytime temps were high 90s and even above 100. So I wanted to get across this area as quickly as I could and get to the Sierra Nevada Mountains where it would be cooler.