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Mexican Hat

Mexican Hat gets its name from the weird rock formation on its outskirts. It’s a tiny place on the San Juan River where¬†we’d stopped for coffee the year before after visiting Monument Valley (see… 213 more words


Highway 163 (Part 1 - The Journey North)

Life is full of adventures and with the right attitude, they can be very rewarding. And sometimes even misfortune can turn around and become something positive if you give it room to do so. 826 more words



Initially, Michael and I had planned to make the journey to Zion National Park, but since Michael has not been feeling up to par, we decided to just drive through the state of Utah and enjoy the scenery along the way. 251 more words

Mexican Hat

Happy 4th of July!

It has cooled down from the rain, into the low 80s.

Yesterday I noticed that Mexican Hat (Ratibida columnifera), a native perennial, is blooming in my front yard. 166 more words

Food Forest

Hitting The Road: Back To Kanab, Utah

Hi there. Christine here. Now I am really envious. Jan is in Kanab, our favourite town in the whole of the USA. We have spent many weeks in this lovely southern town on the border of Arizona. 1,543 more words

Moto Guzzi