Joshua Tree

I got in pretty late to the BLM land just outside of Joshua Tree National Park where I was staying that night. The land is accessed via some quite rutted and bumpy dirt roads, but I managed to navigate my way through (I’m glad there was no rain) and find a spot for the night. …

Zion National Park

I would almost go as far as to say that Zion has been my favorite Park So far. It’s unique geographical formations create a variety of landscapes with amazingly varied colours, it was a truly awe inspiring experience. I drove in from the east entrance, (which I highly recommend) it takes to through these amazing …

Grand Canyon – North Rim

The grand canyon was an amazing site to see, it almost looked fake standing at the top of the rim and looking around. It was also a complete surprise for me, when I thought grand Canyon I did not think Canadian Forrest. When I thought grand Canyon I thought desert, but driving into the North …

Taos Ski Valley

My next stop was a city called Taos, this stop had been suggested to me by a friend so thought I would check it out. Taos town is nice town with cool architecture, based off native american Pueblo style. I had a few errands to run; do some food shopping, washing and pick up a …

Big Bend – Day 4 Goodbye Big Bend

This morning I woke early to get a head start on the day, there were a few things I still wanted to see on the way out. The ranger had told me I couldn’t leave without taking a drive along the Ross Maxwell Scenic drive to the Santa Elena Canyon, so that was where I …