September brought The Ramblin’ Sisters back together
We started the month off at Muddy Roots Music Festival. After the festival was over we decided to head back to California. On the way we stopped in Memphis, TN and visited Beale Street.
Our next stop was Deer, AR so we could cross a destination off our bucket list. We decided to hike to Glory Hole Falls, which is located in the Ozark National Forrest, or as I liked to call it, backwoods Arkansas. We arrived at the trail head an hour before the sun was going down. I’ll do a more detailed post on the whole hike, but just know that it is pretty terrifying to be hiking up a super steep hill at dusk in the middle of the woods in Arkansas. It was also totally worth it.
The next day we stopped at the Cherokee Trading Post to see the buffalo.
We then spent the night in Texas while we decided what we were going to do next. We decided to head up to Four Corners and stand in four states at once.
We visited the Glen Canyon Dam.
We arrived in Utah
In Utah we visited a really cool cave on the side of the road. I will do a full post on MoQui Cave soon, but for now, here is a picture of the outside.
From there we visited Zion National Park. We arrived at the park in the late afternoon so we decided to camp in the park and hike the next day.
We arrived home on the ranch the next day. Lacy headed back to Fresno and I got settled into my new room.
September also took us on a quick day trip to Santa Cruz to see Slim Cessna Auto Club at the Crepe Place and it also found me a seasonal job at the mall.
I look forward to all the adventures October had in store for us!