Thought I would share a few random photos from my Spring 2022 trip. These were stops that didn’t provide enough for individual posts, yet had nice views. Hope you like them.
I had great hopes for a stop at the Tonto National Monument. However, the main hike was closed because of an invasion of African bees. The camping areas were crowded, and getting a decent photo of the lake was difficult. This one shot from the Visitor Center was the best I could do.
My boondocking spot near Kanab was less than ideal, as it turned out to be an ATV staging area. A hike into the Wygaret Terrace to find some pictographs had to be scrubbed because it was on the other side of private property. Near Duck Creek Village UT, I stopped at a pullout view of Navajo Lake which was still frozen over in April.
Mountains at a boondock camp by Oak Creek outside of Oak City UT, and a creek in Willow Canyon next to my boondock spot near Grantsville UT. Not dramatic pictures, but they provide pleasant memories of a fun trip.
Camp: Various Places
Scene: Lake, creek, mountains