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Posted: 04/09/15 07:56pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Thanks for another exciting journey...

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And you are doing it in wonderful fashion too!

Just don't run over me in your rush north, as I tortoise along in the deserts of Utah on my trek north for the summer.

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The cream tower of flowers that you asked about are probably some kind of yucca. Cannot see enough to know which one.

Such beautiful country. Water, flowers, dirt roads. Must look up Sierra Ancha and put the area on my list!

Thanks for another great TR.


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Absolutely wonderful man, thanks for sharing.


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Awesome, thanks for sharing pics.


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Sweet pics!!!


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Wow again -- your family as sure been to some great places in Arizona.


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bka0721 wrote:

And you are doing it in wonderful fashion too!

Just don't run over me in your rush north, as I tortoise along in the deserts of Utah on my trek north for the summer.

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Where are you migrating to?


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Posted: 04/10/15 09:15am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

SUPERB trip report. EXCELLENT well thought-out reportage.

Great work.

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trackhead wrote:

bka0721 wrote:

And you are doing it in wonderful fashion too!

Just don't run over me in your rush north, as I tortoise along in the deserts of Utah on my trek north for the summer.

b


Where are you migrating to?
After a number of years of adventuring during the summer months, I began to stay under the radar during the busy months. So when I was contacted about a seasonal opportunity I decided maybe it was worth a try sooner than I had planned. So after a 35 year break, I am returning to work for the National Park Service, this summer. To remain a fulltimer I will continue to live off the grid and in my TC. So for the first time in a long time, I will be breaking my code of traveling more than 100 miles in a day, to get there.

Hope everyone else has some wonderful plans for this coming summer, too!

b

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