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... the multiple arches formed in this process. These arches are not always easy to view. They frequently require a hike of from half a mile to 4 miles to get close to them. I am not going to attempt to describe them, I am simply going to post photos. Just keep in mind that these structures are HUGE.
We got back to our hotel by 4 PM and settled in to plan the next few days. Tomorrow, Canyonlands National Park. ...
... out a nice spot to watch sunset. It was a bit of a zoo up there as everyone wanted to pose for pictures under the arch, which made taking photos VERY difficult, but I think I got a few that will be passable.
After the sun had completely set, we all hiked out together as a family towards the car. It turns out that on the way up, D and the girls had missed a turn and ended up traversing a long stretch of exposed ...
... of water and food, and even had all of our camping gear in the roof box should we need it (we did not). The sunrise was beautiful, and I think I got some nice shots of the first light on the "Temple of the Moon" and the “Temple of the Sun.” I spent about an hour roaming around the valley on foot, while the girls watched Frozen in the ...
We drove for the day Sunday through the snow-covered mountains and down the other side into the desert! Utah is barren and hot! There wasn't much to see on the drive but the city of Moab is a little splash of excitement. There are lots of exciting things to do but way too expensive so we checked out Arches National Park for the evening instead. We ended up staying in a real life campground tonight so we have all the luxuries ...
... our spray bottle, AC was another lifesaver, and the cold water and ice machine at McDonald’s. We went to McDonald’s several times each day to fill up our many water bottles, charge cell phone, computer, and camera batteries, and yes, to eat. It was also a place with running water, where we could brush teeth, wash hands and faces—I even washed my hair in the bathroom sink twice during our stay! It was awesome to be able to ...
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