When ”plan A” didn’t work out, we moved on to ”plan B”. Needless to say, that didn’t play out either. Down the road we found a great dispersed site at Rocky Point West - BLM on Eagle Lake. ”Plan C” rules!
Top Pic: Mount Tom peaking through the clouds.
It was one of those travel days that should have been easy, but... After adjusting plans a couple of times, we ended up at Horton Creek to avoid the storms at higher elevations.
Alabama Hills has been on our Bucket List for some time. We scored a scenic (but perhaps not that level) site just off Movie Road. Over 400 movies have been filmed in this area.
Top Pic: On the self-guided tour the Toiyabe Mountain Range can be seen.
Top Pic: Sunset as seen through a dust storm settling in the valley below us.
We found a great campsite in Water Canyon BLM. The campsites are scattered along the road & creek. We took the first site. Looking up the canyon, only one other RV is in sight.
We found a gem for our first stop of this trip. A very scenic & well cared for BLM campground located near both the Steens Mountain & Malheur National Wildlife Refuge.
Quiet little campground tucked away on the North Fork of the Malheur River.
Rio Grande del Norte National Monument is a short drive from our Forest Service campground, so it only made since to check it out. We had a fun day exploring and hiking.
This unique canyon is one of the few place where the Mojave River flows above ground. A good stopping spot not far from the highway.
We found a very nice area for dispersed camping. We saw very few campers on this spacious area that offered lots of level space to camp.
This BLM campground is a couple hours east of Bend, OR. Right now the lake is so low that the dock and boat ramp no longer reach the water, resulting in a very empty campground.
Short drive day – 99 miles. We thought we would go a tad further, but pulled in here and liked it. Gotta love the views!