May 30, 2010
When we first looked at UT on the map, we saw so many places to visit, and so many parks. We decided to stay at two main anchors close to as many places as possible and what we can’t see this time, will see next time around. We chose one location in SW close to Zion Bryce and Cedar Breaks, and the other one in the west – closer to Arches and Canyonland. In between we thought to find a place for an overnight stay on the way. This middle place turned out to be one of the best locations we have stayed.
May 23, 2010
This month of May, since we entered the state of UT we are having a blast. One trip after another and each place is nothing like the other. Just when you think you have seen it all, UT can surprise you with yet another unprecedented beauty.
May 19, 2010
All along I was looking forward to get to this state. The stories, the amount of parks and the reputation of this state raised the expectation to a very high level. With this high level of expectation it is easy to get disappointed, and very hard to meet them. But since we got here – I am amazed every day, it is way above and beyond my expectation. Heaven on earth, and by far the most beautiful state I have seen so far. So here is our first impression
May 7, 2010
After 3 weeks that we were gone, we finally came back home with our new truck, hoping to hook everything and hit the road. 3 weeks were not enough to fix our unit, but this is nothing compare to the surprise that was waiting for us
May 4, 2010
So much to tell and so much to show about this historic route 66. It has been over a week since we arrived to AZ and I am still documenting that trip. This last leg we visited a national park and a mix of fire and Ice. lots of pictures – enjoy.
May 2, 2010
I last told you how we just entered TX on Route 66. We still have long ways before we get back to AZ where HOME currently is. The drive through time was amazing by itself, but other side trips on the way made it even better.
May 1, 2010
It has been almost 3,000 miles and a full week of driving, heading back from PA to AZ. When we drove though KS I thought why not enjoy the drive instead of staying on the freeway, so from KS to AZ we took the Mother of all roads, the main street of America – Legendary Route 66.