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... views. Luckily, our finicky bedroom A/C unit is acting properly here since we will not be opening any windows due to the presence of wind and blowing dirt.
The plan for our four night stay is to spend our first full day in Canyonlands and the second full day in Arches. The other days are reserved for exploring based on what we learn about the area and what we find interesting. This turns out to be an excellent plan since Tropical Storm Andres (the name ...
... the size of a dinner plate! The quiche was brilliant but we left the muffin (we're trying to beat the war on sugar, one muffin at a time!) - although you could get the muffin to go if you wanted! During breakfast we overheard fellow American guests commenting on the guy who "must have done 100 laps of the pool yesterday".
We set off at 8.30am for Arches National Park to try and beat the crowds. Another jaw dropping drive into ...
... and put on a hat until the sun went down. That night we fell asleep listening to someone playing the guitar in the distance and the smell of other people’s campfires. By the 2nd day at our site, we had given up trying to "baby-wipe" the dogs clean each night and just accepted that we would have to sweep the camper a couple of times a day. Life is so tough J
While we were in Moab we checked out the LaSal Mountain drive which was cold, snowy and ...
... over the past few days started to make a little bit of sense of me! Our dinner that evening was at our favorite Moab Brewery, where we all once again picked from a casual and diverse menu of local favorites. I enjoyed another sound night of sleep leading up to tomorrow's highlight — which would be the Arches National Park. Finally we will get to see the most photographed arch in the region — Delicate Arch!
... for 4 midgets and our air mattress would just fit. It was definitely an experience camping in a desert climate. Julia said it was her last time camping after experiencing a night bathroom trip to a spider infested bathroom. We decided to spend two nights in Moab,UT so we could spend a whole day hiking at Arches and then see Canyon Lands the next day. We challenged ourselves to a 6 mile hike at the Devils Garden. There were signs warning of ...
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