Still Roaming

It’s been a while. Mostly I do updates on Instagram—scroll below the post to see entries. You don’t have to sign up to view & read, though the nasty Facebook Empire (owners of Instagram) might nag you.

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Great Basin National Park remains the most underrated in the nation, but it’s been full every night since reopening. Lots of pent up demand from cabin fever shelter-in-place folks.

I got new tires in Cedar City, Utah, a couple of weeks ago. Michelin Anakee Adventures, which are a bit more aggressive off-pavement at the cost of some road noise on-pavement—I can hear them a bit when cornering whereas the previous Bridgestone Battlewings were always silent. I like how the new tires handle, both on and off road. Hopefully they also last a long time. They’re dual-compound, harder rubber in the center for highway longevity and softer rubber on the sides for cornering and off-pavement grip.

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A fine campsite with the soothing white noise of a creek. I sleep very well.

I’m currently at Great Basin National Park, soaking in the beauty as a normal camper rather than a campground host. So much more relaxing! I’ll probably head to the Ely, NV, area next then wing it from there. We’ll see how it goes.

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If you stand still and enjoy the experience, sometimes wildlife approach out of curiosity. Yes, that’s a wild turkey waiting its turn on the path behind the mule deer.

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