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window seat

Friday was mostly a travel day. Here are some drive by shots.

Viewpoint on Moki Dugway Monument Valley to the right. Valley of the Gods on left.

San Juan river at San Juan, Utah I stayed there during a workshop once.

Hwy 163 toward Monument Valley. Shot into sun through a dirty windshield

rainy day fun

A couple of fun hours of shooting in Arches before the rain started. Afternoon in the RV enjoying
the sound of the rain and editing images. (With this connection, though, I’ll share later.)
Cloe (no H) had fun trying to figure out where the water was coming from and trying to catch it 🙂



(captured with Lensbaby)

a phototographers dream day

First I get up, walk out the door, walk a minute and I’m staring at Oak Creek. Ahhh. Here’s anotherr reflection:

oak creek reflection
oak creek reflection

A short drive north and we encounter the best fall color in years at the West Fork Trail!

West Fork Trail in Oak Creek Canyon, Sedona

Then heading toward Utah, we stop in Bluff and I get to see the famous flute playing sheep! Sand Island Petroglyphs


Finally at our campground (see our cute RV), we get a glimpse of what we might expect all next week.
Look at the Cottonwoods!

Cottonwoods along the San Juan River in Bluff, Utah
Cottonwoods along the San Juan River in Bluff, Utah

No internet connection tomorrow and possibly the next but stay tuned for more photos.

road trip!

Sedona for a couple of days; then Flagstaff for a few and finally a few days at the Grand Canyon.
Cleo has been looking forward to this for awhile. Surprisingly, he and Cloe love road trips as much as we do!

Cruise America came out with a small motorhome. Click to see.
Cruise America came out with a small motorhome. Click to see.

sun, rain, snow

We were greeted by sun at 9000 feet and enjoyed a full day of it.

The next night a scary storm made us feel that trees were coming down around us! The next morning it started to snow.

Today we went to Abiquiu and toured Georgia O’Keefe’s home. We’re now parked 15 miles from there at Ghost Ranch and the sun is trying to come out. Next stop is Bandelier Nat’l Monument. No internet for the next three days.