Jackson Hole, Wyoming

June 27 Two years ago we stopped in Jackson Hole for a few days on our way to Yellowstone and we loved it so much that we decided that the next time we passed close to this area we would make a point of staying for at least a week to enjoy all this town, … Continue reading Jackson Hole, Wyoming

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Craters of the Moon, Ketchum and Lava Hot Springs

  June 17-19 To quote Calvin Coolidge "a weird and scenic landscape peculiar to itself" I couldn't agree more. We planned a few days to see Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve, the town of Ketchum and some of the region's famous hot springs. We had a pretty easy flat but very windy … Continue reading Craters of the Moon, Ketchum and Lava Hot Springs

Salt Lake City, Utah

June 10-13 Big City and big plans. We arrived in Salt Lake City late in the afternoon to find that our campground, Salt Lake City KOA, exceeded our expectations. We landed a very nice paved site with an east facing patio, what more can you ask for. The campground itself is an older KOA but … Continue reading Salt Lake City, Utah

Moab, Arches and Canyonland, Utah

June 6-10 After a couple of days off the grid in Kodachrome Basin (no internet, cell or satellite reception, but we did have water and electricity!) it was a welcomed change to get cell coverage and internet when we checked into our new RV stop, Portal RV Resort in Moab... yeayy! It's amazing how much … Continue reading Moab, Arches and Canyonland, Utah

Bryce Canyon National Park and Kodachrome Basin State Park Campground, Utah

  June 4 We left Zion in the early morning on our way to our second stop in Utah’s grand circle of national parks. Our route took us through Utah’s first scenic road, highway 12, and wow, highway 12 did not disappoint. So much so that Leo kicked me out of the motor home to … Continue reading Bryce Canyon National Park and Kodachrome Basin State Park Campground, Utah