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... morning there four German men with us.
In the afternoon, 4 French men and women joined us. I felt like we were on an international trip!
Just before we stopped for lunch, we went through the only C2 rapid of the trip. Don and I happened to be in front and we got soaked!! Thank goodness for quick drying cloths and a lunch stop beach for drying out!
Gunner prepared lunch of pulled pork ...
... National Park. Our hotel was a bit of a dump so we headed straight into 'town' for a very good Indian and a squizz at the hundred or so tourist shops.
The next morning our hotel was still a dump so we stooped to stopping at Starbucks (needs must) before driving into the National Park. It was pretty cold with clouds hanging very low over the 10,000ft plus peaks so no hiking undertaken. We drove the Trail Ridge Road which climbs to a peak of ...
... education on the Great Basin look it up. Too much typing - would rather be hiking.!
Moab Utah, pop approx 5000 is all about Arches and Canyonlands National Parks . The town has about 5,000 residents - it seemed huge to us since most of the towns we have passed through since Truckee have been in the hundreds or less. Moab is a little too touristy for our taste, but ...
... stunning. We had group photos, individual photos, landscape-only photos, photos of us doing acrobatic tricks... We simply could not get enough of the place. It was a really ethereal place to be, as though the arch had been made by other beings as a frame for the landscape around it.
We climbed back down to the van jumped inside and headed back to pitch our tents. Just then, the heavens opened. Rain poured from the sky as through it had never rained before ...
... was only a very short drive from our hotel. It must also be pointed out that Utah time is one hour later than Grand Canyon.
We still had 4 hours of daylight but the sun was non-existent, it was cloudy and raining, but we persisted and saw many amazing rock formations.It was almost like walking through a sculpture park. Nature is a beautiful thing. It was here that I thought I had lost Daisy again just as the ...