I believe I left my heart in Moab, Utah. The awe-inspiring red rock formations, the huge arches, deep canyons, and ever vast vistas are indelibly etched in my memory. There’s a beauty as well as a harshness to this intriguing land.
Weather extremes are common but sandblasting 40 mile per hour winds couldn’t keep this gal from enjoying the sights around Moab. With the help of friend and fellow blogger, Cheryl, I found myself in some very unique spots.
We met Cheryl and hubby last winter while boondocking in Quartzsite, Arizona. Cheryl has an infectious sense of humor as evidenced by her photos. She sent me these photos letting me know it was fun putting me in some dangerous places. Al and I could not contain our laughter and I just had to share the images. Thanks, Cheryl 😆 Apparently, in addition to all my other talents, I’m a skilled rock climber. Even better, no rock or vegetation was harmed during my endeavors.
Ah….that was Moab back in September. We were camped at a BLM Campground with no services. We were surrounded by views and nature. Although I don’t have any serious complaints about our current location in Phoenix, it just doesn’t offer the same feel or inspiring scenery I’ve become accustomed to; scenery so stunning and motivating I can easily take over 400 photos a day. Don’t get me wrong, the RV
Park Resort is beautiful. There’s plenty to do based on one’s interests. Me personally, my interests lie in nature. Thus, I have to work a little harder to scope out the hidden beauties while staying in the RV Park.
I find myself drawn to this little spot in the Park routinely. The Blue Heron was a pleasant surprise. Hum, I wonder what other treasures I can find……