How you ever wondered how full-time RVers change their oil without a driveway or garage? Of course you have:
Trish should stop dong this, I’m really getting used to fantastic breakfasts:
We hitched up and said goodbye to the Farmington Dunes OHV Area:
We drove west and passed north of Shiprock. I really wanted to fly to this massive volcanic plug, but it was too windy this morning so we settled for roadside photos:
We continued west from New Mexico into Arizona, then north into Utah:
After paying to enter the park, we found a spot along the rim to camp:
I went for a bike ride to explore the approach to the Moki Dugway, a one-lane gravel road that climbs the cliff face ahead::
Along the way, I passed the turnoff for the Valley of the Gods:
More warning signs:
I rode until the pavement turned to gravel, then raced down the grade on the way back:
Heading back to Goosenecks:
Our open range neighbors:
We really like our spot:
View from the RV as sunset approaches:
Good Shabbos from Goosenecks State Park!
See the trip map for today’s drive and our current location.