Our first stop of the weekend was Bullfrog, here we set up camp at the lovely well shaded R.V. Park. Check out our big shade tree. Good thing we didn't need it! It was only 50 degrees and rained off and on all night.
After we had set up camp and had lunch we set out on a grand adventure. We headed for the Burr Trail. Why so much talk about this scenic byway?
All I could see was road, road and more road. Rocks, sagebrush and lots of lonely cows! It was definitely Brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr!
One stop shopping at the marina.
You can find food, boats, T-shirts, and the beer joint if your so inclined.
Boats and beer don't mix do they?
We're getting really good at the self timer on the camera don't you think?
Saturday morning we decided to take a boat ride but Stuart caught me rock climbing in my boots that were made for walking!
Here comes the boat. It's not a boat it's a Fiery! We loaded the truck and trailer on the fiery and headed across Lake Powell to Halls Crossing. Scary! Not!
We made it on. Simply amazing to me, we even took pictures on Stuart's phone and sent them to the kids back home. Hatch was a little confused with this one. Wouldn't you be to if you couldn't see it for yourself?
What a beautiful view of the lake and the surrounding rock formations.
Headed off the ramp and on our way to Hall's Crossing. Not much to see there so on we go.
A couple hours later we find ourselves in Monticello. We wanted to see the LDS Temple there, it wasn't hard to find in such a small town setting. We would have stopped to do a session but it was closed due to General Conference weekend.
This is where we spent Saturday and Sunday night. We planned this well! We got here just as the Jeep Safari was beginning. Boy were we lucky to get a R.V. spot in this town with over 80 thousand jeepers, or "creepers"!
It's "SEW" Shannon found It's Sew Moab. I knew there was a quilt shop in town but didn't know the name or shop hours. I called Corn Wagon for info. Guess what? It's a good thing I only had 25 minutes to shop, they close at 4:00 on Saturday's. I couldn't really find anything to buy, they have alot of southwest and kokopelli fabric. They don't have anything in kits ready to buy and that's what I like to do at out of town quilt shops. After visiting the quilt shop we had dinner at Eddie McStiff's and went back to the trailer and watched movies.
Sunday we went to both Arches and Canyonlands Parks. We took so many pictures, here are just a few of them.