Travel Blogs from Green River, United States

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Green River, Green River, United States travel blog

Green River

A travel blog entry by lisapwin

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Green River, Parc de Flaming Gorge, Green River, United States travel blog

Green River, Parc de Flaming Gorge

A travel blog entry by lfont

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... Comme d'habitude, nous avons encore passť un excellent sťjour ensemble ! Nous dťcidons de faire un arrÍt sur le parcours ŗ Green River, petite ville ŗ l'entrťe du Parc de Flaming Gorge (gorges flamboyantes). Il y a aussi un parc ou l'on peut ...

End of Day One, Green River, United States travel blog

End of Day One

A travel blog entry by hawgbound

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Day One.  706  miles  / 14 hours Started early.  Met with my very reliable and dependable long time riding partner, Paul at a gas station close to my house.  Headed east on the 101 then north on the 15 through Vegas.  It was ...

Utah, wow!, Green River, United States travel blog

Utah, wow!

A travel blog entry by denisita

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... ) pass on by. The most noteworthy and impressive were the Escalante Canyons, simply amazing. We finally call a halt to our scurrying in Green River where we will decide whether we want to see Arches National Park or leave it for next time. We are truly ...

Dad Steps Up His Game, Green River, United States travel blog

Dad Steps Up His Game

A travel blog entry by smcollins

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... find out.    There's not a lot to do in Green River. We were supposed to go white water rafting this afternoon... but the Green River is really flooded. We rode over the river and the water was almost up to the bridge. It turns out if you're not ...

Green River/Arches National Park, Green River, United States travel blog

Green River/Arches National Park

A travel blog entry by gemma_doogal

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... slow that Doog in the end had to swerve around him despite seeing him a long way off on the straight road. The drive to Green River was actually really impressive. The road runs along a high ridge, with huge drops either side of it leading to huge orange ...

Day 2, Green River, United States travel blog

Day 2

A travel blog entry by discoveramerica

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Hey. It's Adam doing the update today. Yesterday it rained. Rather, it thunderstormed. Right after we ate at a strangely quiet sports bar-I guess it really is the middle of nowhere when the sports bars aren't crowded-got back to the RV park and hooked ...

12 days but nothing like Christmas, Green River, United States travel blog

12 days but nothing like Christmas

A travel blog entry by toddnrachel

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The drive to Green River was a LONG day. The roads were long, straight multi-lane sections of flat topped boredom. Rachel ended up sitting with Ciela in the back for almost 3 hours. Ciela has developed a bad habit of screeching at the top of her lungs ...

Capitol Reef National Park, Green River, United States travel blog

Capitol Reef National Park

A travel blog entry by lost-in-place

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... arrived early enough, we had a BLT at the local take-out and then took a little driving tour to the local "beach" on the Green River just outside of town.  The location is amazing – right under the 800 foot high rocks that look like there is a ...

I am a driving machine!, Green River, United States travel blog

I am a driving machine!

A travel blog entry by s2sslauren

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... . We drove right through canyons, so close I could probably reach out and touch them if I hugged the shoulder. There was also a river that winded beside me for about the first 30 miles. I thought yesterday's ride was awesome, but this one was definitely ...

Checking out Moab and Arches National Park, Green River, United States travel blog

Checking out Moab and Arches National Park

A travel blog entry by hewittsontour

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The drive north from Monument to Green River was mostly desert/mountain country. Very strong winds, mini sandstorms and tumbleweed. Green River is a remote place near Moab (it used to host a missile site, and its other claim to fame is lots of dinosaur ...

A most scenic drive!, Green River, United States travel blog

A most scenic drive!

A travel blog entry by thesairs

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... from yellow watermelon to crenshaw melons -which we had last seen a few years ago in Indiana!  Besides the Melon Festival Green River, Utah is also home to the John Wesley Powell River History Museum.  We would highly recommend a stop at this ...

This was really the official start of my ..., Green River, United States travel blog

This was really the official start of my ...

A travel blog entry by bradleyt

... of a Beef Burrito, nachos, and a banana shake came to $6.30. It's still worth it though. This year I found out that Green River considers itself the Melon Capital of the World and holds an annual Melon festival each June. Somehow I don't think it's as ...

Salt Flats, Green River, United States travel blog

Salt Flats

A travel blog entry by ancientmariners

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... along at 78mph (guess who was driving?) it seemed to take 2 hrs to cross. On through Salt Lake City traffic and head for Green River, UT. Do you remember the movie "Cars"? Green River could be the model. The main street was basically deserted. Empty and ...

Day 11 Brian's Awareness Tour, Green River, United States travel blog

Day 11 Brian's Awareness Tour

A travel blog entry by briansmith16

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Today started a little tough because of a strong head wind and I thought my chances to get to Green River were slim. A couple hours into the ride the wind died down and it got a lot easier. I finished the first climb which was very difficult. As always I ...

Las Vegas to Denver: Bad times, Green River, United States travel blog

Las Vegas to Denver: Bad times

A travel blog entry by kieron_mendez

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... On the way we had planned one stop in Ceder City staying with a friend of Stanzi's family, Karsten, and then a stop in a town called Green River where we would spend a night camping. Ceder City was a nice large town which we almost wish we'd had longer to ...

driving, Green River, United States travel blog

driving

A travel blog entry by jenfoote

Hotels in Moab were $150 AND  full.  Guess this was the prime weekend there before it gets too hot, so I continued on to Green River which was much ...

The Crystal Expedition, Green River State Park, United States travel blog

The Crystal Expedition

A travel blog entry by turtletales

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After lounging around for two whole days reading my book, and then writing in my journal all morning, it was time for a little adventure.  Besides, Roxi's eyes were beginning to bore holes into my head.  I was starting to feel somewhat ...

Nice motel, Green River, United States travel blog

Nice motel

A travel blog entry by josep7778

The motel is located in front of the petrol station, which has a minimarket inside, so what else can we ask for? Oh yes, really ...

Red rocks!, Green River, United States travel blog

Red rocks!

A travel blog entry by sojanet

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... of beautiful landscapes from the road, but nothing as continuously exciting and beautiful like this segment. We are spending the night in River Green, a small town about an hour from the Arches. Overall, it's been a really great day. It's nice having 3 ...

Day 2-Green River, WY, Green River, United States travel blog

Day 2-Green River, WY

A travel blog entry by carney

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... much to report today. Hot and windy like yesterday. Drove outside Ogden, UT. Leisurely stroll through Rock Springs, WY. Now staying in Green River, WY. Tex's Travel Camp in Green River, WY. Awful site, but we were basically the only ones there. ...

DAY 2 -  Green River, Wyoming, Green River, United States travel blog

DAY 2 - Green River, Wyoming

A travel blog entry by jdmorpod

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... The weather went from a misty rain at Twin Falls to cloudless sky in Wyoming with temperatures not below 50 degrees. We arrived in Green River Wyoming before 2:00 PM. Had planned to have a second breakfast a local Denny’s or the like, but that ...

Go back in time some place around Green River, Green River, United States travel blog

Go back in time some place around Green River

A travel blog entry by vrodjen

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Lang kÝretur og endnu flere flotte syn, Green River, United States travel blog

Lang kÝretur og endnu flere flotte syn

A travel blog entry by annemartin

Har kÝrt 423,5 km i dag fra Panguitch gennem Bryce og Capitoal Reef til Green River. Er ankommet temmelig sent efter en lang kÝretur. Sikke mange flotte syn vi har set i dag - igen. Det er jo helt fantastisk! I morgen vil vi se Arches og ...

Arches National Park is awesome. . ., Green River, United States travel blog

Arches National Park is awesome. . .

A travel blog entry by nboersma

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Today is our last offical National Park day as we head to the Arches. It is only a short 43 miles so we don't have to rush. Kinda. As my internal alarm seems to have not forgotten Eastern Standard time I got up and watched the sunrise. It is the reminder ...

What the dinosaurs saw, Green River Utah, United States travel blog

What the dinosaurs saw

A travel blog entry by jgfbrown

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... of a breakfast/coffee stop. They're crazy for coffee out here, which just puts the icing on a cake of a day! Arrival in Green River revealed that it's the "Watermelon Capltal of the World;" unfortuanetely, we're a little early for "Watermelon Days," so ...

Kayaking the Colorado $700 dollars later, Green River, United States travel blog

Kayaking the Colorado $700 dollars later

A travel blog entry by karen_and_david

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... you somewhere.  The Colorado River in Moab was recommended so we drove over and had a wonderful day . . . . sunshine, picnics, great river conditions, other people who helped shuttle our truck to the take out point, it was just perfect.  Until ...

Lunch at Green River, Green River, United States travel blog

Lunch at Green River

A travel blog entry by georgetz

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Out of the mountains we looked for a diner and found a little place in a town called Green River. An ok lunch was delayed a bit as over twenty kids had phoned ahead on their way back from some Labor Day outing, so we fell a bit behind schedule with our 8 ...

Canyon land - it's getting hot and dry, Green River, United States travel blog

Canyon land - it's getting hot and dry

A travel blog entry by ryanbrokenbrow

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Green river, getting of the train into a ghost town, stayed for a night before moving down to ...

Day 1 Getting There, Green River UT, United States travel blog

Day 1 Getting There

A travel blog entry by redrox

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Map quest told me it was an 8 hour drive from Sedona to Green River. I figured I could cut a little time off that since I was going solo, absent DW aka Frankie/MrsRedPony, and our Yorkies, M&M. I'd lose an hour with the time change though so I left ...

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