Otherwise known as, The Clippah Went West...and Stayed There!
We took a road trip to the Southwest in October 2011. Life just wasn't the same after returning to Chicago, so we moved to Las Vegas in June 2014, acquired one more dog, and a couple more trailers!
This blog is dedicated to my Grandpa Norman, who made it his mission in (later) life to purchase and trade-in as many motor homes as he possibly could. We love you!
Saturday, October 15, 2011
10/12 Dead Horse Point State Park
I had done a lot of research about where to stay when we were in Moab, and through Trip Advisor and Yelp, I found out about Kayenta Campground in Dead Horse Point State Park. One of the neat things about the park is that is nestled between Arches and Canyonland on its own mini plateau. This makes exploring this park a lot more intimate and rewarding than just driving through the national parks and hopping out to take pictures every so often. In this small 21-site campground, we had electricity, but no showers, however; we also had amazing views and incredible trails right outside our door. And, unlike the national parks, dogs are allowed on the trails here. That alone led to our meeting Maggie, the Great Pyrenees dog, and Tucker, the magnificent, friendly, and fluffy Bernese mountain dog. Oh, and of course, their owners…Here's the album of DHPSP.