2 Nights in the Swell

First time getting the van down to the desert, and she did great.  After only a 3 hour drive, you’re basically transported to what feels like another world.  No snow-capped mountains; but washes, cliffs, and expansive views.  I’m learning why the desert is so enchanting.

 

drove right to the edge of the Wedge

drove right to the edge of the Wedge

 

not a cloud in the sky

not a cloud in the sky

 

sunset at Camp #1

sunset at Camp #1

 

morning light

morning light

 

finally checked out Goblin Valley

finally checked out Goblin Valley

 

poked around in Crack Canyon

poked around in Crack Canyon

 

the desert's starting to bloom

the desert’s starting to bloom

 

The surprise of the trip came when we randomly bumped into the Hatchers!  It was a no-brainer to stay an extra night and kick it w/’em!

 

Keri gettin' crazy w/double dogs

Keri gettin’ crazy w/double dogs

 

happy campers/Hatchers

happy campers/Hatchers

 

Jess puttin' out good camp vibes

Jess puttin’ out good camp vibes

 

Keri makes dirty fingernails look good

Keri makes dirty fingernails look good

 

parting shot of the rig!

parting shot of the rig!

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