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Travel Blogs from Moab
This morning was house day—clean, dust, wash. It snowed in the hills overnight but only a
dusting. We may get more tonight.
In the afternoon we went to the Moab Museum. It's a small local, very well done museum with both natural history and social history. Included are: Charlie Sheets who discovered uranium, artifacts from a …
We spent the today in Canyonlands National Park http://www.nps.gov/cany/index.htm. We drove along the road and hiked along some trails. It was cold today in the park. The wind was blowing lowering the "feels like" temperature. The sky is hazy so some pictures are a little fuzzy. Enjoy the pictures.
It was rainy early this morning, but has cleared up now. We're going to Dead Horse Point State Park http://www.utah.com/stateparks/dead_hor se.htm. It’s about 30 miles away and very close to Canyonlands. On the drive there we stopped at an overlook to see the rock formations called The Merrick and the Monitor. Yes, they’re named after …
We went 4-wheeling today with Moab Cowboy
Adventures. We joined a tour with a guide and3 other couples, one with 3 children. Our guide was Kent. His family has lived in this valley since 1843. Jim drove a Razor and I rode. We went out into Bureau of Land Management (BLM) land to a place called Hell's Revenge. It’s an area of petrified …
We spent the day in Arches National Park http://www.nps.gov/arch/index.htm.What an amazing place. We drove along the park road and hiked the trails to see all the best rock formations. There are cliffs, fans, piles of rocks, arches and rock formations. Millions of year sago, sediment settled over a huge salt formation. The salt pushed up the rocks …
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed