Krusen with the Kruses travel blog

Snow on the mountains around Durango

You can see the road to Mesa Verde across the mountain


South of Cortez - moving into the desert


Shiprock (33 miles from us)

San Juan River - muddy from the recent rains


Going into New Mexico at Four Corners

Four Corners - NM, AZ, CO, UT

Shortly after leaving Four Corners we entered Arizona


The desert was very green after the rains

Red Mesa



We didn't get to Monument Valley but enjoyed seeing these

Great lunch view

How do flowers grow in this hard-pan desert?




Navajo hogans & sheep


Old suspension bridge at Cameron

The Little Colorado River flowing to join the Colorado

We were without an internet connection for a few days so will try to catch up today & tomorrow.

It was a beautiful day for the drive from Durango to Cameron & we had no problems with the truck or trailer. It was interesting to watch the country change from the high mountains surrounding Durango to the desert. We had a late lunch because the road didn't have pullouts or wide shoulders so it was hard to find a place to pull off. When we finally did stop, we had great views of monuments out in the desert. We had considered going to Monument Valley but decided against it. (Something to look forward to at another time.)

Cameron, AZ, is a trading post with a motel & rv park. We forgot to take the traditional pic of the trailer in the rv park but since it's pretty much a gravel parking lot with full hookups it wouldn't have been a great pic. Ha! It's fine for a couple of nights. We enjoyed Indian tacos for dinner tonite at the restaurant in the trading post & they were yummy.

Tomorrow we're taking a day trip to the Grand Canyon. More later...

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