It is amazing how over time a journey can change you, help you see what you are destined to do and how much you find passion in things you never thought would even be of interest. It still baffles me that a few months back I was stirring for something which would fulfill a bucket list item of my own and that evolved into something which brings me such joy each and every day. Do I travel every day? No. But does every day have meaning and purpose as new adventures shape up?
When we traveled here we were fortunate enough to snag a spot at Watchman, which is pretty difficult to do unless you plan to go well in advance. My tip is to try to plan during the week after school has come back into session, it is still warm enough but there are a few less travelers here at that time, still pretty busy. Settling into the site it was laid out pretty well with standard amenities, the bonus to this site is the restrooms are heated, much needed on those cold w
After driving the majority of the day from Denver to Moab and managing to escape the upcoming winter weather blowing into the Colorado I-70 corridor, there was nothing I wanted more than to find a campsite which was dry and warm. Traveling with my friend, which had not been camping with me before it was imperative that we found a campground that would have facilities which were both accessible and acceptable. Entering Moab we found a great fit in SlickRock Campground, just