After a night with at least two different thunderstorms having rolled through and visions of flash floods ripping through our camp, I was up before sunrise. It was a beautiful, if muddy, morning
After a quick coffee, we tried to avoid the mud as much as possible and headed out. The morning after the storm is splendid.
We stopped at the Twin Rocks Cafe in Bluff, UT for breakfast. I had the blue corn pancakes and eggs special. So much yum!
On the route, I saw rocks that look like a whale. (at least I think so 🙂 )
We arrived at Canyon De Chelly National Monument and found a spot in the campground for our two rigs. We left mine, loaded the dogs into his truck, and went to see the sights.
This is all Reservation land and there are working farms down there.
I couldn’t see the ruins with my eyes, but Bob pointed out where he thought they were and I zoomed in with my camera. The lens saw what I couldn’t! Wow!
Pugsly enjoys getting out and clambering around, but she’s old and can only do so much, so I carried her when we headed back. She was liking this walk though – see how curly her tail is? That’s my barometer.