Lone Rock & The Nautilus

March 20 – 24th 2018

I’ve shared much about these places in the past, so today I’m just sharing some pictures.

I considered not sharing them since you’ve seen similar pictures before, but then one of my followers pointed out that each time the images are a little different, with different lighting, clouds etc. So here you go.

After leaving Page, AZ, I moved onto Lone Rock in the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, and then onto Whitehouse, and camped along the Paria River. I found a new spot this time and could walk to The Nautilus from it, and I spent a couple of nights there. It rained heavily one night, and within minutes the river swelled and swirled, and the little washes around me were filled. I was in a safe spot though.

Hover over images to see what they are. If you can’t view them on a mobile device, perhaps there is a way to adjust this in the settings. Let me know if anyone figures it out so I can share the solution in my blog posts.

I have made a video of the walk to The Nautilus, click here to view: The Nautilus ~ Join Me for a Walk in my Backyard Rock Garden

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