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... and Mike produced some cake, snacks and water so we had time to have a little chat about the area and how he got into driving Hummers.
Hell's Revenge was the next trail we conquered. Rated 3 out of 5 for excitement it certainly didn't disappoint in the thrills department. You certainly feel safe in a Hummer and Mike had clearly been doing it for many years. While not for anyone that has a real fear of heights, ...
... lookout directly onto the rocks. Our table at the restaurant for dinner was right next to the river with the most amazing view (see the attached photo). After dinner we went for a swim in the outdoor pool and watched the colours of the rocks change from red to have pool as the sun sank lower in the sky. I am really looking forward to exploring more of this beautiful area ...
I was fairly sure that Idaho's countryside and great outdoors could not be matched. It seems we may have been wrong. We've venture into three wilderness areas in Utah since last night and are about to go on a hummer tour into a lightning storm (they assure us it's safe). The images don't do this place justice - it's teeming with canyons, massive feck-off rocks that look completely impossible and brilliant colours. The Grand Canyon ...
... Fiery Furnace Morning... 10:30am (MT): Arches National Park, Utah. We're off to the park to see the arches. After entering the park we stop by the visitors center to shop and then off to the back of the park to start and work forward. We visited these sites (Devil's Garden, Tunnel Arch, Pine Tree Arch, Landscape Arch, Partition Arch, Navajo Arch, Skyline Arch, Broken Arch, Fiery Furnace, Delicate Arch, Balanced Rock, Parade of Elephants, Double Arch, The Great Wall, Tower of Babel, ...
... but we will cross that bridge when we get to it.
Great day riding in some rain. We visit Canyon de Chelly - almost as good as the Grand Canyon I think. We then move on "round rock" and find a mini Monument Valley. Red rocks that have been eroded into strange shapes. We even encounter the friendly Indians - see the photos who give us the low down on the place.
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