Callin’ your Bluff.
Our son in law’s father is named Kumen after his great, great grandfather Kumen Jones who was the Bluff pioneer and a leading creatorWhat of the Hole in the Rock Trail. Read about Kumen Jones amazing work and life on the website from the above button.
Interesting to experience Bluff and all the history. After camping one night near the bluffs I can’t imagine living as a pioneer in the sandy, red land of this area. Incredible fortitude. As the motto goes from the Bluff Fort: ‘we do hard work’. Understatement.
Check out the Solstice Burn on the Bluff website. Very cool.
REBUILT AND LOVINGLY RESTORED
We camped the next night at the Valley of the Gods. Spiritual.
Utah is like a Chutes and Ladder board game of amazing sites... one after another and another and another....Such a surprise!
Zion and Bryce to go.
I have been wanting to make a handcrafted incense, and this resin will be perfect for the base. It was collected around our Dripping Springs campsite in Flaming Gorge National Recreational Area , Utah.🌲🪵🌲 The evergreens gifted us with bits of their perfumed resins. Since the trees offered their bounty, we gladly accepted!
The small Wyoming town of Lander was such a surprise! A small mountain town of 10,000, wide streets, active, young people, bike shops, breweries and art galleries.
Day One of Epic Adventure
Wyoming snow white out, and no one wearing masks in the state😱😱😱Except Joe and I, screen shutdown, were notified by nice lander people our trailer out lights weren’t working, and found out the trailer lights were not working inside the trainer, coooooold, but company was the best, and hot spring in Thermopolis was inviting! Tomorrow awaits.
Ruby Rae and Millie, sweetest girls in the world!
And sweet Millie is helping her papa
learn how to ride a bike
– who knew!
The weather in Helena, Montana was perfect for our
first visit with our second baby girl.
We are blessed.
2girls + 2boys =
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