Stewart's Point Boondocking
Steve at the beginning of the small slot.
There is the arch just above it. Pretty cool discovery. Many things are not mentioned, you just have to walk around and look for them.
The top of that white dome is where we're headed. It was about 3 miles roundtrip. Most people just pull over to take the picture of the color change on the mountain. Not us. Up we go!
Views looking down on the other side.
Here's the top.
Another easy mile plus hike. This one is a loop that takes you through another small slot canyon.
Once you were down you'd find yourself constantly saying, "Wow! Look at that!"
Entering the slot there were only a few of us.
This guy was having a fun time posing for this picture like Spiderman.
And coming out the other side are some other people.
The backside was level hiking and with many different colored rocky hills.
Every now and then you could capture the moon rising just over them.
These hills reminded me of Neapolitan Ice Cream.
Fins created by erosion on this rock.
The last of the trail loop.
This part of the park has got to have the most crooked, hilly road. Makes for a cool picture.
And a little more zoomed in.
If you get to Louisiana, get yourself some of this great seasoning. Perfect on seafood!
We really enjoyed the company of Craig and Jo these past couple of weeks boondocking through Nevada. We still get to spend another week with them at the RV Dreams Reunion Rally in Pahrump. We are really looking forward to time with several other couples we met back in 2014 where we all went on the road full time.