Monthly Archives: October 2014

Friends and Family Plan

This week we have been in Pahrump, Nevada – 60 miles west of Las Vegas and 60 miles east of Death Valley. We are in a nice park full of friendly snowbirds (like us) and with all kinds of amenities … Continue reading

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Pretty as a Picture

Any place named Kodachrome Basin would have to be pretty as a picture! The Eastman Kodak company gave permission to use the name Kodachrome in naming this remote Utah park just east of Bryce Canyon National Park. Randy felt sick … Continue reading

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Unique Landscapes

Elko is always ready to go in the truck, no matter where it is going, but this week we’ve taken him to some unique landscapes. It began at Goblin Valley, a very remote state park in eastern Utah. We stayed only … Continue reading

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The Loneliest Road in America

We are in Delta Utah, a small town on the eastern edge of the Loneliest Road in America – the section of Highway 50 that goes through Nevada and western Utah.    We drove the lonely road 109 miles to Great … Continue reading

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Castle Rocks and Haunted Mansions

Our first destination was Castle Rocks State Park. We have been here a few times and October is the perfect time to visit.  The weather is great and the scenery is magnificent!   The flies must think so too because Randy’s hobby … Continue reading

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