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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 …
... going from -15 to +2 in some places. We drove to Moab Utah and that is where we are spending the night. We went for some nice walks in the Arches National Park and saw the amazing rock formations. It was -5 and no wind so it was very nice.
I will try and get pictures on next time. Happy New Year and have a great evening
Hugs Terry ...
... onto the point. The neck, which is only 30 yards wide, was then fenced off with branches and brush, creating a natural corral, surrounded by precipitous cliffs. Cowboys then chose the horses they wanted, and for reasons unknown, left the other horses corralled on the waterless point where they died of thirst within view of the Colorado River, 2,000 feet below. Sad story, to say the least, ...
We arrived in Moab on the 7th of September and settled in for 3 nights at the Moab Valley RV Resort. First, a correction to the last blog entry. The Great Basin includes most of Nevada, more than half of Utah, parts of Oregon, Wyoming, Idaho and California. But this also depends on how it is defined since there are 3 different definitions. I like the watershed one best. If you ...
... to a raging torrent that was flowing violently past us, pulling plants and stones into its strong currents. The water continued to rise as we watched, getting closer and closer to spilling over the edge. Fortunately, the tents had been pitched on the higher ground and we were soon rescued by the gang who took us to our hotel, where we fell gratefully into our soft beds with clean sheets and fluffy pillows and drifted off into a contented, damp-free sleep.
States added: Arkansas ...
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