Tuesday, November 8, 2022
Today was a stay at home day. Before leaving for the Park on Monday we discovered a leak under the sink in the bedroom. Tom shut the water off and decided he would deal with it when we got back home. Unfortunately, after several hours of working on it Monday evening we still had a leak when he decided to call it quits for the day. By the time he finally won the "battle" on Tuesday it was after lunch and we decided to just hang out at the motorhome for the rest of the day. Not a bad day just not what we "planned".
Wednesday, November 9, 2022
As we head into the park our first thought, just like on Monday, is the views are beautiful. I do not promise there will not be repeat pictures. Today's first destination would be the Fossil Discovery Exhibit.
|The mountains, the landscape, the ocotillos|
it is all a feast for the eyes.
|Taken from the parking area at the Panther Junction Visitor|
Center. We stopped here to get a stamp for our passport.
We will be heading down into this view.
|If we have the opportunity to come back this way|
we are thinking we would stay in Marathon.
|From on top of the hill there is a nice view of the exhibit center.|
|We walked up a hill and to say I was not happy up here|
in the what was a strong wind would be an understatement.
Tom getting a little to close to the edge for my comfort.
|There were several murals all beautiful.|
With a nice key so you knew what you were looking at.
|As we headed back we spotted a place to pull over |
so we stopped for lunch.
|Our views as we dined on |
peanut butter and honey sandwiches.
|This sign is at the beginning of the |
road up into the Chisos Basin.
Interestingly enough when we got up to the
Visitor Center we saw a large tour bus.
This is were I will end for today. The next post will be the pictures from this ride up and down the mountain.