Here’s why I’ll never be a professional blogger. Despite my good intentions I get sidetracked with other things to easily.
So here’s a few of my favorite pics of us as we made our way back to Montana via Utah. Going south for 10 days was not warmer. New Mexico and Utah had Montana spring weather so we felt right at home.
A nice Chinese lady took our picture next to the Bryce Canyon sign.
We hiked a bit through Bryce Canyon. It had snowed the night before and then melted leaving behind wet sticky clay. Our hiking boots are pretty mucked up. I can’t find the brush that I use to clean them. *sigh* It was a great hike though!
We stumbled across Lake Powell too. We didn’t have a lot of time to spend there. We ate lunch, walked around, and then were on our way again. It was kind of nostalgic. I’m not sure if that’s the right word. It’s just that my dad, who NEVER wanted to travel ANYWHERE, once expressed to me that he’d love to rent a houseboat on Lake Powell someday. He never did. But at least I got to see the lake that for some reason caught his attention and almost made my dad decide to travel away from home.
We’re taking Action Van out again tomorrow for just an overnight stay in Havre, Montana. I have a librarian’s conference to go to. We could drive back home afterward, but why not stay overnight in the cold, rainy weather instead? Who knows? Cold weather camping might become our thing.