Month of June Travels in our National Parks ~ Highlight Moments in Pictures

July 1st ~ Relaxing in Grand Teton National Park

Jenny Lake

One month down, and two and a half more to go on our Epic RV Summer Road Trip!

The month of June has gone by in a flash of colors, places, parks, pictures and dreams come true. Here are a few of our highlight moments and a summary of what we have been up to. 


The Grand Canyon from Mather Point next to the Visitor’s Center

Our Epic Summer of 2017 RV Road Trip Begins

Bearizona and a Sneak Peek of the Grand Canyon

A Watchtower and Petrified Dinosaur Poop

Vermilion Cliffs and North Rim of the Grand Canyon


Upper Antelope Canyon

Antelope Canyon ~ One More “Page” of our Book


Horseshoe Bend at sunset

Lake Powell and Horseshoe Bend at Sunset


Zion National Park Entrance

Zion National Park ~ Reliving favorite moments from an earlier trip


Our horseback ride through Kodachrome

Red Canyon to Kodachrome Basin

High Wind Warnings – Guess we are staying put for now

Kodachrome Basin State Park – Trail Ride into a Slot Canyon


Tim and Joanne at Bryce Point

Bryce Canyon National Park

Fairyland and Mossy Cave – A second Chance


Million dollar highway

Scenic Byway 12


Old barn – what an ideal setting

Capitol Reef National Park – A Sculptors Masterpiece in the Making


Looking down into Goblin Valley

Goblin Valley State Park – Hoodoos Shaped Like Goblins


Gus got to enjoy the view as well at Mesa Arch in Canyonland


Dead Horse Point

Canyonlands National Park and Dead Horse Point


Double Arch

Arches National Park – I thought I was tired of rocks – I was wrong


Spotted next to a gas station on the way from Moab to Park City

Park City, Utah ~ Ski Mecca, Sundance Film Festival, Classic Old Town


The Temple, Salt Lake City

Salt Lake City ~ Temple Square, MCO, Mormon Tabernacle Choir, Hill Aerospace Museum


Bear Lake in the distance

Bear Lake and Meeting My Long Lost Cousin

Bear Lake, Utah, A Corner of Idaho and on to Jackson Hole, Wyoming


View from Oxbow Bend

Jackson Wyoming ~ Looking for Moose!

Grand Teton National Park – Bull Elks and Red Fox with Kits

Sacred Heart Log Cabin Church and a Tiny Preview of Yellowstone

Well, that’s it – a fantastic month in the books!

GRATITUDE MOMENT: Today I am grateful that we are becoming more and more comfortable every day with learning the ins and outs of RV living. We were a little skittish to begin this long adventure as relative newbies, but we are getting into some routines, are managing to keep ourselves clean, fed, and even get some sleep. Life is good!

We would love to have you join us as we continue further up north toward Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks and into Canada.

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About Tim and Joanne Joseph

Hi and welcome! We are Tim and Joanne Joseph and we have just embarked on our latest adventure. We hope you will join us!
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45 Responses to Month of June Travels in our National Parks ~ Highlight Moments in Pictures

  1. We are do enjoying your blog. Can hardly wait for month two.


  2. Maxxtrails says:

    You have some beautiful pictures! Looking forward to hearing about the next two and a half months. We wish you safe travels 😊


  3. Thank you for your posts of informative text and gorgeous photographs. If you don’t mind, would you mind sharing the camera you use? Perhaps write a blog post about the camera, how you take photographs, tips, tricks, that kind of thing?


    • Jean, most of our photos are taken with a small point and shoot Sony RX100 on the auto setting. But occasionally we snap something on our iPhone as well. The animal shots are taken on Tim’s big Nikon with a long lens. Thanks for the suggestion of doing a blog post about how we take our pictures.


  4. Thanks for sharing the beautiful country with us.


  5. Beverly says:

    I am enjoying your travel blog. My husband and I will be making a trip from our home in Ohio to the area next year and you have given me so many ideas of where to stop. Last year we traveled to Yellowstone and places in between. We took 7 weeks and enjoyed the trip so much so we are really looking forward to next year. We may make a swing up to the grand Tetons because we missed it last year because of fires. We loved the beauty of Wyoming. We stopped at Fort Laramie (not Laramie the city). North of Cheyenne. It was fascinating to learn about the movement west and actually see wagon wheele ruts and the rock where they signed their names and the dates (also over run with current graffiti). Please include the name of the camp grounds you are staying in. We spent 10 days at the full hook up camp in Yellowstone. It was a great experience with herds of bison wandering through all the time. Also saw a grizzly eating a bison in the river – exciting to say the least.
    Can’t wait to hear more of your travels.


    • Beverly, it sounds like you and your husband are travel pros. The Grand Tetons are well worth including on your itinerary. Watching the grizzly must have been both thrilling and gruesome at the same time. Wishing you a fantastic trip!


  6. joylennick says:

    Continued interest in your amazing travels…The photographs really are something. Keep away from the grizzlies…


  7. LTodd says:

    Nice recap. Sounds like July will be as exciting as June. We’re headed towards Glacier as well. Safe travels.


  8. Ayesha says:

    Awesome! I wish I could travel like that one day! 🙂


  9. tippysmom2 says:

    Great recap. I am enjoying traveling with you and can’t wait to see what July brings. From your recap pictures, you can quickly see the diverse landscapes that you have traveled through. I love that about this country.


  10. Oh, you are bringing me back to some of my favorite places – and – have given me ideas for some new places to explore. What an awesome trip!


  11. ruwengierls says:

    Thanks for sharing those amazing pictures! Enjoy your trip!


  12. beautiful pics! ❤ :o) road-trippin!!!

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  13. thanks for sharing your journey my friends!

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  14. Your photos are breathtaking. It’s my dream to hit all the national parks before we are done traveling over the next few years. What amazing memories you are making! I’m truly awed by your photos. Dawn

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  15. What a beautiful part of the world. The U.S. can’t be beat for its amazing National Parks. You have got me totally excited for Grand Teton. That photo of Jenny Lake is amazing. Any recommendations for a must-do hike there? I look forward to reading about Glacier National Park.


  16. Bellewether says:

    These pictures are amazing, and even so I’m not sure they do justice to the real thing! I miss the USA and can’t wait to go trekking there again. Anything that caught our eye in Oregon?


  17. Terry says:

    Wonderful adventure, can not wait to see the rest. And especially the photos, oh and the stories are excellent also. Happy adventures


  18. Aunt Beulah says:

    Your trip and these wonderful photographs helped me revisit some of my favorite places. I especially like the photograph of Bear Lake. I spent eight years in Logan, Utah, and Bear Lake was a playground my husband and I visited often.


  19. Karen says:

    You are headed to one of my favorite places on the planet!! Glacier National Park!! Can’t wait to see pictures ! Enjoy!!


  20. curvyroads says:

    What a great summary of a trip of a lifetime! Now that we’re home I wish we were still out there! Itchy feet. 🤣


  21. What an incredible journey! Thank you for sharing. You’re pictures are so spectacular.


  22. Nilzeitung says:

    wundervoll !!!>><<(*L*)

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