Salt On The Road
A Travel Photo - Journal Of Tryna and Al Morton

Summer 2007 - The Southwest

Location Date Description
On The Road Again 2007-09-04 On The Road Again
After surgery and a hot July and August in Banning, we're finally off to explore.
Zion National Park 2007-09-07 Zion National Park
The canyons of Zion are all masterpieces sculpted from raw rock by the Virgin River.
Bryce National Park 2007-09-08 Bryce National Park
When you first see Bryce Canyon your eyes can't believe that this spectacle of nature is actually possible.
Capitol Reef National Park 2007-09-11 Capitol Reef National Park
From the rock art left by the Fremont culture to the pioneer town of Fruita, Capitol Reef is as rich in history as it is in scenery.
Moab and surrounding area 2007-09-14 Moab and surrounding area
Moab, at the foot of red cliffs and the La Sal Mountains, is an area of beauty and adventure. We've been here before but never on our own so this was a first for us.
Fort Collins, Colorado 2007-09-19 Fort Collins, Colorado
Fort Collins lies on the edge of the prairie, on the Cache la Poudre River at the foot of the Rocky Mountains between Denver and Cheyenne. We landed here to have a hydraulic leak fixed on our motorhome.
Colorado Springs - part 1 2007-09-24 Colorado Springs - part 1
Colorado Springs sits at the foot of Pikes Peak and is a popular place to visit for its clean air, sunshine, cultural opportunities and many nearby attractions. I've divided our stay into two parts.
Colorado Springs Area Part 2 2007-09-28 Colorado Springs Area Part 2
More fun in the Colorado Springs area!
Taos, New Mexico 2007-10-02 Taos, New Mexico
Spanish, American Indian and Anglo influences mingle, yet remain distinct in Taos.
Santa Fe, New Mexico 2007-10-05 Santa Fe, New Mexico
Like the combination of green and red chile sauces on enchiladas served "Christmas style," Santa Fe represents a blend of cultures that have each added something to the distinctive flavor of this nearly 400-year-old city.
Albuquerque, New Mexico 2007-10-09 Albuquerque, New Mexico
Albuquerque was founded in 1706 by a group of colonists who had been granted permission by King Philip of Spain. It was the principal settlement of Rio Abajo or lower river district.
Balloon Fiesta 2007-10-11 Balloon Fiesta
The balloon fiesta exceeded all my expectations and is an event that I would recommend that everyone put on their lifelist.