Headed out from the US. We spent our last USA night in Eureka at a laundromat. What could be better clean clothes and a free night. Bought a few groceries and filled up on gas awaiting the Canadian prices.
Crossed the border without a problem. Yeah!!!
Big horn sheep slowed our travels. They are magnificent creatures. We spent a couple nights in Dry Gulch Provincial Park. Its Canadian Memorial Day so lots of activity. Enjoyed the
Radium Hot Springs. A long hot soak plus an endless shower is a great treat while out on the road.
This cave is just outside of Kanab, Utah. It is really well preserved and depicts the lives and architectural achievements of the Native American of the Southwest during the Pueblo period AD 700-1200.Displays of large collections of dinosaur tracks and arrowheads.
We're off again for another adventure. After months of planning and packing everything but the kitchen sink (they do have grocery stores between Phx and Alaska, don't they?) we're headed North. 1st night in Flagstaff due to closing of I 40 due to high winds. Memories of Quartzsite come flashing back. No tornado warnings, yet. We're spending the night close to the train tracks so we know we're at a great campsite. Off to Lake Powell tomorrow.