I have been working on this blog for several days, BlogSpot is not co-operating! It is not letting me resize my photographs like it usually does. Grrrr!
Therefore, if you want to see the photos full size, PLEASE try clicking on it and the photograph should come up. I apologize and IF I can figure this glitch out, I will come back and resize all the images for you!
Leaving RVSue and Crew and Utah!
We had a great time.... checking out all the restaurants! LOL! Sue loved our favorite from the Twin Bluff Cafe, Navajo Pizza - A normal Italian style pizza placed on top of Indian fry bread! Yummy!
Chuck loves this! Can you tell?
We spent 3 days at Sand Island with Sue and then moved up to Cadillac Ranch in Bluff Utah. Two of our good friends, Tim and Diana manage this campground. It's small, a bit close together, but we have never been sorry we stopped here. Cost is $25.00 per night with FHU (full hook ups) a nice shower and laundry onsite and the views are wonderful!
This year we had a special treat at Cadillac Ranch, near sunset, a flock of white face black Ibis flew into the pond at the park! Unfortunately I did not have the 300mm zoom lens on.... but you get the idea!
Chuck and Sue visited the Bluff Fort while I dogsat for Bridgette and Spike!
Both Bridgette and Spike were overjoyed when Sue came home! Separation anxiety? Not much!
Sue isn't much for posing, but then neither am I, so we both snuck a quick snap sneaky photo of each other!
Can you spot the lizard on this tree?
If you look close below, I have outlined him in red!
He/She/It was 10 to 12 inches long!
We overnighted in Chinle again, in the Cottonwood Campground at Canyon de Chelly National Monument. The road from Bluff, Utah to Chinle is just jaw dropping beautiful! It looks totally different
depending on whether you are headed nort or south on Highway 191. On this day, we hit the scenic roadway right after a rainstorm had passed over. Wet rocks are much more colorful than dry rocks and it was amazing!
This above shot was the beginning of a steep downhill curve and I was yelling at Chuck to slow down and still managed to snap this image through the window! The one below is just layers of colors dressing the earthmother! Shot this one out the passenger window.
Below is the storm that had just passed over, giving the rocks their colorful beauty!
Datil Well Recreation Area Campground
We discovered this nice campground just off of Highway 60 in western NM. Just a mile or so out of
the town of Datil and down a short dirt road you will see the Visitor Center and campground on your left!
A whole lot of history happened around here!
$5.00 for those of you too young for a geezer pass.
Meanwhile that is it from the MotherShip Crew: Chuck, Geri, Radar and DoogieBowser! Thanks for stopping by!