Love the canyon colors and how sharp the detail in the background cliffs.
Uphill in that sand? Come on, isn't that a winch cable I see?
Before you pass on to the great Whazooland in the sky, you are going to reveal "THE SPOT" to us under stimulated campers? Tell me you had the parking break on and rocks in front of all wheels before setting up for the night?
Whazoo, too much scenery???PLEASE!! More, More!! Unbelievably phenomenal colors in that magnificent area. I have always said that I just can't get enough of mountains, lakes and forests (my neck of the woods), but your photogenic trips in the great southwest, makes me question my preference, perhaps just a bit.
As always, my friend, my great appreciation for sharing with those of us many many miles away. Sorry to hear about the foot, may it quickly return to normal. Some great shots of Mrs. Whazoo, and Bear as well.
While trying to navigate through the Truck Camper Forum, I stumbled across you newest opus and it sure was a morning brightener! I have been asked why I have been spending so much time in the desert, this year, and now I just need to share your Brokefoot Mountain Tribute and they will understand. You expressed so lovely with your beautiful photos and narrative, in a form I am unable to do. Seeing bear in his movie shot only brought to mind, “Rin-Tin-Tin” and then find you had named the shot the same. Yes, I love the way heavy clouds bring a wonderful framing of composition to a photo. Looking at your Mr. Goodwhaz reminder, I can see you might be ready for an oil change and definitely an air filter. Yes, Precipatative, is a word with a high scrabble count, too. I hope you mend well and quickly, but maybe the time spent off the Ladder’, you might bring forth another compilation of a Trip Report, when we know it only takes a few moments to hit the send button. Thank you my friend.
You have caused so many "oohs" and "yows" from all I shared your report with today.I have friends asking what travel magazine you work for. I explained they just had to look for the "Whazoo Monthly".
This was as usual an awesome report on a beautiful place that one longs to visit and experience.
Thanks for the sharing Dave and get well soon.
“Perhaps travel cannot prevent bigotry, but by demonstrating that all peoples cry, laugh, eat, worry, and die, it can introduce the idea that if we try and understand each other, we may even become friends.”