Author Archives: David Gardner

Chaco Culture National Park

Sunday, April 9We’d learned earlier in the week when Mary called to inquire about the road to Chaco that we could now make reservations for the campground. This was news to us since the last time we were here 8 … Continue reading

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Santa Fe and Ghost Ranch

Wednesday, Thursday, April 5 – 6A beautiful sunny morning greeted us, and we made an easy drive up to Santa Fe. We picked the Santa Fe Trailer RV Park and Over 55 Community as our base. It is just off … Continue reading

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Return to Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument

Monday, April 3 We arrived in Albuquerque on Friday ahead of yet another spring storm. This one promised cold rain, wind, and snow at slightly higher elevations than Albuquerque. Mary’s longtime school friends, Cynthia and Jerry have a wonderful home … Continue reading

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El Malpais on the way to Albuquerque

Tuesday, March 28The threat of more rain drove us out of Bisti for now. Temperatures at night are dropping to the 30’s, so we need to flee for awhile. Our next planned destination was to be Chaco Canyon, but the … Continue reading

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Good Days in Badlands

Friday, March 24 We left Page on Page on Monday with the intention of stopping off for the night at a BLM campground we found on the Ultimate Campground Guide app. It’s been my experience that GPS coordinates can be … Continue reading

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Hiking Slots and Washes

Sunday, March 19 We had an easy 100 mile drive into Page AZ where we will spend the next few days. High on the list of things I wanted to do again was photograph in Lower Antelope Canyon. They offer … Continue reading

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Yellow Rocks

Thursday, March 16We had an uneventful drive from Valley of Fire to Kanab, in Utah. Since we were going to be so close, we decided to attempt to gain access to a restricted hiking area known as, “The Wave”. It … Continue reading

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