Sand Flats Recreation Area
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Heads up. If any of you plan to visit Moab (which we highly recommend) in the spring…it’s freakin’ crowded! For the first time on our trip we were scrounging for a place to park our RV. All of the hundreds (literally) of BLM, NP and otherwise beautiful campsites were completely full. As were most of the RV parks. Gotta love those …
... are outfitters that will take tourists 4 wheel driving out in the rugged back country, on river trips down the Colorado River, extreme mountain biking, BASE jumping, horseback riding, climbing and canyoneering, scenic flights, zip line adventures, hot air ballooning and on guided National Park tours. We opted for a scooter ride through Arches National Park.
Arches claims to have ...
... can glow. Even with the dull light it was beautiful. Our Ranger, Lisa, was positively bubbling over with her love of Arches. Not just the rocks, but the plants and various creatures as well. There were some real characters on our hike who we will never forget. The French couple who literally spoke no English. They were troopers though, reacting with poise and good humor ...
... had fallen in the river & been caught in the pumping system and no one knew for a few months. How horrible!
It was a great experience. Just under 2 hours on the water I think. We then arrived back in town by 12 noon. Driving through town, Holly pointed out good places to eat which was great. We had also asked her for her recommendation for Arches walks.
After showering we went out to lunch at Milt's Stop & Eat on 400E St, a typical old style ...
... spaces and scramble up and down large boulders but it was very beautiful. Again, I'm not sure my iPhone photos really do justice to the beauty of the scenery. After our hike we rode the van back to the Visitor Centre and then went into Moab for lunch and showers. We found an RV park that let us plug in our camper so we could charge the battery and do some laundry. The battery still wouldn't charge but Jon, being the tenacious fellow ...
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