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... 101 mph. This be 162km/hr. I was *begging* for trouble. Since he'd pulled me over on a major road, he came up on the passenger side lest he be skittled by a passing truck. All the people I'd previously overtaken like they'd been nailed to the fence probably went past me laughing their heads off.
First words out of my mouth gave the game away. TOURIST!!!! He'd have already pulled the plates and realised it was a rental. ...
... booklet. We soon realize that the views here are so amazing Patrick goes back and gets her to see the awsome canyon vista. This canyon was named for an early settler who settled briefly in the area as part of the wave of early Mormon settlers to ...
... walk while the others went to Devil's Garden.
All of us finished up the day at the Park Avenue Trail which was a one way 1.6 km trail, rated 2C. The early explorers named it Park Avenue because they thought the fins looked like the skyscrapers of New York. We saw the Courthouse Towers and Balanced Rock on our walk.
We drove back to Moab and checked in to the LaQuinta. We had dinner at the Moab Brewing ...
... people have said it is at least as impressive as the arches in the National Park. So here it is from each side, even with people to show scale ... Most of the trails we've been walking are marked by cairns and here is part of our route back ... as well as a dinosaur footprint we saw nearby. We also saw nearby Bow Tie Arch and Jug Handle Arch, ...
... Horse Point.
I had seen a photo of this place in a travel book back home, and it didn't actually look that magnificent. It was only due to it's proximity with both Arches and Canyonlands National Parks that it made our list. And boy were we in for a shock...how that photographer got such a boring shot must have taken real effort!
Our amazement began when we turned onto the US128, following the Colorado River towards ...
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