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... setting and I was worried I might have to arrange a search party but once again it was just a misunderstanding. I thought she said she was walking on, but she said she was walking back while I took a few more shots. As I proceeded the trail got quite difficult (they call it a primitive trail) and it was then I realised it was unlikely that Daisy would even attempt it (but you never know).
... that we would lose the trail markers or our path due to fast moving water. We came to a small water fall filling up a small pool of muddy water below. I slid down and my feet immediately stuck into a patch of mud and pulled me down into the pool up to my shoulders. I was able to pull myself out and onto blessed land. I'm now covered in red sand and mud. Luckily I had the foresight to put my phone in the waterproof pocket of ...
... out later most likely by a professional.
When I was working out doing crab crawls on the gravel near the tent camping area, a guy on the park staff skidded to a stop in his golf cart and yelled “what in the hell are you doing? We have scorpions out here that do that. You need to relax!" And off he went laughing and shaking his head.
Our parking space was not completely level and when we parked the ...
Day 48: 7,806 miles
Friday, July 18th
Taking Christi's advice, I left Denver very early on Friday for Arches National Park, just over the Utah border. My plan was to visit the Park early on Saturday morning while it was still reasonably cool, then head across Utah for Great Basin National Park, which is just over the Nevada border.
Knowing that I wouldn't want to tent camp in 100+ degree weather, I'd already reserved a cabin in the Moab KOA ...
... Mark first noticed the bats hanging from the telephone lines. They were swooping all over, eating insects, which was probably why it was so pleasant out on the patio. We sure could have used them in Canyonlands, as every time we got out of the car we were swarmed by these tiny gnats. The heat wasn’t bad, but the bugs sure were.
After dinner, it was time to do the final loads of laundry and pack up.
Tomorrow: Arches and ...