One of my favorite boondocking spots is at Goosenecks State Park in the SE corner of Utah. The view on one side of the rig looks pretty bland.
But look out of the window on the other side and this is what you see! The Goosenecks of the San Juan River.
Can you see us parked on the rim? We're about 1,000 feet above the river.
I'll zoom in.
You are so close to the Goosenecks that it is impossible to get them in one picture. This is 3 pictures stitched together.
Or you can do a movie clip.
Nearby is the tiny town of Mexican Hat. Wonder how it got its name... People actually climb to the top, but I can't see how.
Also near Mexican Hat are these interestingly-colored hills.
But we aren't done yet! Nearby is the Valley of the Gods.
A great scenic 17-mile drive through rock formations, a lot of which have been named. There's a chicken, a rooster, and a lady in a bathtub, among others. No gods that I saw.
The last thing on this part of the tour, is the Moki Dugway, a series of sharp switchbacks on Hwy 261 carved into the face of Cedar Mesa. The 1100 foot rise is not for larger RVs. This was a side trip for me - I'm headed south to Monument Valley.