Spanish Trail RV Park
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Monday June 9, 2014
Because we did not have to travel far today, less than 100 miles, we took our time in breaking camp and left around 10:00. We headed north on US Hwy 191 to the city of Moab and our next base camp at the Spanish Trail RV Park. Along the way we stopped at “Wilson Arch” …
... on a canoe. Owen and Siena got the full perspective of what a canyon really is and where they had been for the previous 4 days.
Our night hike today was pretty low key, but the best part was we found friends. The Goulartes rolled into town and met us for an evening walk up The Moon Flower trail. About a half mile in we came to a "wadding pool" that was surrounded by a playground of boulders for the kids. It was great to see ...
... why I am here), I am contemplating a few tacos. The main reason I am here is that Pete's hotel is about a mile from mine. So, I walked, thinking I would stop at a bar for a wine. I had a stunning revelation - no bars! Everywhere they have alcohol they have food. Must be Utah. Thank you Brigham Young!
What a difference from Colorful Colorado where this morning's news illustrated the dangers ...
... as you walked your bike in the bad spots with tons of exposure.
After the portal trail, we had to hit Slickrock as I just love that trail. Yeah - it's the most touristy, on the beaten path, etc...but it is just so much fun. Dane and I played tag team with the kids and got a good loop out of it. Later we went for a hike in another gorgeous tight Canyon with a small stream ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSpanish Trail RV Park Moab
We arrived the same time as 2 other large rigs. Nonetheless, we were processed and parked and comfortable within 40 minutes. Good WiFi and excellent cable TV connection.
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