Gambling and Nature travel blog

Edge of Cedars Ruin

Sherry's Basement

My Calendar to Tell What Soltice It Is

Sherry's Friend

Butler Wash Ruin

Butler Wash

Last Night in Blanding

Wilson Arch off Raod in Utah

Near Wilson Arch

Colors of Southern Utah

Colorado Mountains

Colorado Mountains

Colorado Mountains

Colorado Mountains

Colorado Mountains in Color

Yes, We're Camping Below the Snow Line

Catch up time. Spent a couple of National Park shutdown days (windy anyway) in Blanding in the relaxed mode. Did take in a local museum, Edge of Cedars, for a town Blanding's size, a very good museum, showing a lot of the early American inhabitant ways of life. Museum built next to a puebloan structure. Next day went about 13 miles south and west to a roadside ancient ruin, Butler Wash,a canyon about 100 yards by 1/2mile hole in the ground where ancients lived. Started the turn back toward the East and started our drive to South Dakota. Traveled today to Gypsum Colorado along I-70, a continuation of a beautiful drive through Utah and Colorado.

Entry Rating:     Why ratings?
Please Rate:  
Thank you for voting!
Share |