I drove down through the wash to find the edge of the water in La Jara at Navajo Lake a few weeks ago – this is that video. I went back last weekend, and the water was much further up
Checking Francis Water Levels at Navajo Lake
Wanted to see how far back the water had made it into Francis Canyon at Navajo Lake. Haven’t seen it this far up in a long time!
Independence Day 2019
Tomorrow is the 4th of July. Have fun, but be safe! I’ll be spending the weekend with my lake family. Enjoy a clip from last year’s parade.
RZR Ride into Carson National Forest
Dave was my co-pilot on a group ride into the Carson National Forest. We went up to the Colorado border, but my camera ran out of juice. This ride takes you through the Jicarilla Wild Horse Territory – we always
RZR Ride Through the Tip of Francis Canyon
On our group rides, sometimes we cut through the top of Francis Canyon at Navajo Lake. The water is REALLY high, but not quite high enough to make it this far up the canyon.
RZR Ride from Fisheads to the Ruins
Had to stop by Abe’s for some gas, then straight out to the Francis Canyon Ruins near Navajo Lake. Wanted to show the “new guy” the lay of the land.
RZR Ride Chasing Steve to an Inspection Tube
There is a massive underground tube that diverts water from Navajo Lake over to Cutter, where it’s then moved to NAPI for irrigation. There are several spots where the tube comes to the surface. This is the first of those
RZR Ride to the Frog Pond
One of the regular stops we used to make on our rides was by this natural watering hole. Every time we would drop by, we’d find TONS of tadpoles . . . so we named it the frog pond. This
RZR Ride to Buzzard Park Campground
What do you do on a cold and windy day? Me? I strap on the RZR and go for a ride! Ha Ha! Ran up to the Buzzard Park Campground in the Carson National Forest. I had a pretty good
RZR Mudding & Chased by Helicopter
It rained good last weekend, so we strapped on the RZRs and headed out to find puddles and play in the mud. We went straight for the airport at Navajo Lake to start there – and we were met by