We have had some wonderful days traveling and picture taking, but most of those pictures are on the crashed computer. If I had known it was going to crash I wouldn't have tried so hard to get the pictures off the broken camera. But there you have it, such is life.
But I was able to get a new camera, Sony Cyber-shot DSC-H300, in Montrose, CO. and am learning how to use this one. So today I have only two decent pictures to share with you.
Isn't this just the cutest thing you've ever seen? In the KOA in Montrose, CO.
It's dandelion season in Colorado. Photo taken on Lizard Back highway.
Apricot Mallow, lookin a bit dark orange in this pic.
We stopped for a walk-about with Rose and found this guy sunning himself.
We spent two days in a BLM recreation area along the Green River outside of Green River UT. I had read about this place on RVSue's blog . We loved it there, we arrived early on wednesday May 21st and left really early May 23 as the Memorial weekend crowd was already coming in and when we woke up on the 23rd it was raining and to get to this campground you have to drive through a 'wash', and I didn't want to do that if the wash had much water running through it. But all was ok, rain was soaking in not running off.
View of Green River from camp spot.
Our neighbors rafting down the river.
When we left Green River this morning we saw this mountain goat with
two females on their way to the river for a drink.
We are in Beaver UT tonight and tomorrow we will continue our way west.
Camera review. I don't like this new camera. The on/off switch is in an inconvenient place, it has a hard time focusing. Today in the rain I took some pictures through the windshield and it insisted on focusing on the raindrops on the windshield. Yet when I try to take a picture of a flower it can't seem to find it and not focus on anything at all in the frame. You can get an idea about that by looking at the pic of the two mountain goats drinking. What part of that is in focus I ask? And it isn't that i'm not giving it enough time to focus. I'm giving it all the time it wants. It will zoom in and out and in and out again.
Until next time. Thanks for reading.