Today I ventured into Stateline Canyon, while it was interesting, I only found a few photo opportunities that were so-so. It was good excercise and fun to explore an area that has little to no trails, I roamed all over the place, at times doubling back to try and find a way into the canyon. I eventually found my way in and hiked a distance in the canyon before a chock stone blocked my further passage. It was a relatively easy rock to navigate over, but being alone and without the proper gear I was uncomfortable going forward. My skin is adapting to the sun again, I hiked for several hours without a shirt and did not burn. It was wonderful to get back to camp and take a shower after a hot day in the sun, although the water goes fast and conservation will become a high priority.
I met my neighbors who are nice older couple from Idaho, we talked about our solar setups and showed each other our trailers. I realized I need to keep the trailer cleaner than I do when I'm alone, as I know this will happen frequently when around other RV'ers.
Walking 66°F Clear Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, Marble Canyon, AZ, United States
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