Sleeping on the Continental Divide

By , May 13, 2010 9:38 am

After getting our fuel filters replaced in Albuquerque, we headed to Moab via US 550.  It was already pretty late in the afternoon, but we’d looked in just about all our camping guides and there didn’t appear to be any camping for quite some distance.  I was planning on making it to Farmington, NM if we didn’t find anything on the way.

But, when we crested a large hill I saw a sign that we had to stop for…


We took our pictures and looked around a bit.  Another camper was parked in the pulloff and it was on BLM lands, so we decided to stay the night.  Another semi joined us a bit later.


I got some sleep, but woke up a little before 5am, which is when we started driving again.  We were less than a day from Moab, assuming everything went according to plan. 


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2 Responses to “Sleeping on the Continental Divide”

  1. Rene says:

    You’re killing me with the suspense!

    • Jonathan says:

      I was hoping to fill you in with a post today, but it looks like you’ll just have to wait until tomorrow. 😉

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