Friday, February 10, 2017

Return To Seminole Canyon

It’s been ten years since we first stopped here at Seminole Canyon State Historic Park.  Then we were on our maiden voyage as brand new full-timers, enroute to Alaska.  We remembered that the sky was ablaze with stars that we didn’t realize existed. 


We are facing south.  View to the south and west from the front door.


View to the north and east


Like our little rv park in Alpine, this one is also small.  There are about thirty sites including water only, water and electric (30 amp only), and primitive sites.  There are two buildings—the office


and the restrooms/showers.  This is the location of the Wi-fi connection.  There is no tv and no phone reception here either, but then, people don’t come here to be connected.


From my comments and the pictures, you can guess what happened when darkness arrived.  Yup, lots of clouds.  There were a few bright blobs of stars and the 3/4 moon looking pale and indistinct.

Oh, well, maybe tomorrow.

Louise and Duane

1 comment:

Paul and Marsha Weaver OCT. 17, 2009 said...

Hope you can see the moon tonight. It is full and is called the snow moon.