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 …
... and go with the very efficient waiting staff achieving a huge number of covers to cope with the queues outside. Always a sign of a good restaurant! Our third day in Moab and we had decided to do a trip around the various petroglyphs sites in the area and then drive on to our next stop. We had ear marked a driving route which took in some of the most interesting petroglyphs in the area. There Is a difference between petroglyphs which are scratched into the ...
We had another bum numbing drive to Moab, arriving at Red Cliffs Lodge just before 7pm. We grabbed the last table on the terrace for steak, excellent local red wine and a sensational sunset over the Colorado River framed by those famous red cliffs. Red Cliffs Lodge itself as well as the immediate surrounding area has been in so many movies and TV ads - Rio Grande, Thelma & Louise and the Marlboro Man ads to name the most famous. Whilst finishing ...
... for just two more hours, we found ourselves back in the iron-soaked rock of Arches National Park. We drove along steep, narrow roads and turned off towards the scenic rest point at Spotted Wolf Canyon. This was a stunning vista which encompassed red-rimmed mountains on two sides, pine trees springing out of the rock and, snaking down the middle, a winding road that seemed to stretch right over the horizon. We waited here for a while, taking in the ...
... were surrounded by green trees and more comfortable temperatures. We arrived at our campsite just outside Durango at about 5:00 pm. We got set up and then jumped in the Prius to go and explore Durango. Durango is a very cool place and definitely worth visiting if you are in the area. The historic downtown is full of wonderful shops and restaurants and there is an old hotel, The Strater Hotel, where the staff dress in period costumes. Weirdly, we chose to eat a ...
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