Guzzioverland are alive and well.

We were hoping to release our next blog with this update but since leaving Los Angeles we have been gobsmacked by one stunning place after another, our senses have been bombarded, light, colour, smells, sounds.

We headed first to the quiet of death valley where we were treated to an astronomy lesson and saw our galaxy through new eyes in one of darkest National parks in the country.

Las Vegas was the polar opposite, noisy, bright lights and full on. It was fun in its own unique way and was something to experience.

From here we followed local advice and camped in the Valley of Fire an unbelievably magical place.

We are now enjoying the amazing Zion National Park and whilst we have cell reception we thought we had better let you all know we are alive and well.

We are trying to visit as many of the parks in Utah as we can before the snow comes, it has been an abnormally dry winter down south which has enabled us to travel this area at this time of year. The days have been sunny and bright but the nights are COLD ! due to the altitude.

Cell reception is sketchy in these mountainous areas but we will try to keep you informed of our progress and release some more blogs when we can.

  1. #1 by Kev & Karen on March 1, 2014 - 12:57 am

    Hi Jim,
    Great to hear from you again and to know you made it down there, we will definitely try to ensure we meet up with you in Ecuador. Give our love and hugs to the girls.
    K & K

  2. #2 by Jim kitchen on February 23, 2014 - 2:00 pm

    Highest to know you all have had good travels in the southwest! When do you cross the border to head south! This is the perfect time to explore that region.

    We are in cuenca ecuador now until the end of May and not far off the pan am. Will watch your blog more frequently now. Safe travels. Have a big apartment with access to a shop.

  3. #3 by Ben-G on February 12, 2014 - 12:04 pm

    Glad to know you are having fun, safe and sound. If you feel it’s cold at night where you are, then, be sure to schedule your visit here in Ontario, not in the winter months. It VERY, VERY, COLD here night and day !!! :-) Oh, but it’s also fun with the snow and ice around.

    73 and have a good day !!!


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