Moab Springs Ranch
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... drive to drop off the RV (supposed to be by eleven am but probably more like one o'clock) and unloading the RV and then getting to the airport but having to wait for an eleven PM flight. Not dwelling on that right now though. We have packed up a lot of the stuff and done a lot of laundry. We are going to enjoy these last few hours before we clean the RV a little bit tonight and head home. Kids are enjoying the last time in the pool on ...
... Back to Moab and a scheduled stop at a Rock Shop for James. This is a great shop in Moab that sells local and international sourced minerals. James and Ruth were armed with $20 from GK gratefully sourced from our (now working) bank cards and got spending. Note geode!
We discovered the Peace Tree Cafe which sprays water all around the verandah of the cafe and in perfect shade had lunch.
We spent the rest of the day in the pool!
Mac and Josie are constantly asking us to reiterate our itinerary. For some reason, when we say we're going to Moab, they call it Mo Bap. So it’s a little joke now.
Lots of driving today. We would have to backtrack a little, past Capital Reef and stretch down to Moab. Why the backtracking? Well, couldn’t be avoided. Seems that rooms book up certain days of the week at the Lodge at Bryce, so in order to get the cozy cabin there, ...
... worked for a few hours, we drove to Arches National Park ("Arches"), where we spent the rest of the day driving around, stopping for amazing views, and doing a few short hikes.
Arches is beautiful. The pictures you take are the kind you'd use as a background for your computer's desktop. The heat, however, was over 100 degrees Fahrenheit (about 40 degrees Celsius) and ...
... 30 June it is off to Moab, UT
There seems to be RV parks everywhere in and around Moab. OK RV Park is where we are staying, shaded lots, 50A, and 87 cable channels. (World Cup for sure). With temps into the triple digits, 50A is a must. Best of all OK is a Passport park, so we get it all for $22 a night for 5 nights.