Moab Springs Ranch
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It was so nice to have 3 nights in one place, although our tents stank when we set them up after being wet for 2 days. Arches National Park has some really awesome arches (surprisingly) that have formed over thousands or millions of years from erosion. Some are only a metre across and others are 100 metres. We hiked to one called Landscape Arch in the morning and I'm glad we started early because by the time we finished at 11 it was really hot and there were a lot ...
... of Flax for a brush, also did hair upfor a couple of our group.
All in all a great morning.
Lunch back at the Lodge before travelling on to the town of Moab stopping at viewpoints nicluding a great one called Horseshoe Valley, this is where the Colorado River does a complete horseshoe within viewing distance. Quite a sight from above. The extreme high red rock canyon faces as ...
... of a moon (heavy clouds) and approaching storm. Consequently many of Jon's pics don't do justice to this wonderful area. But of course we loved every minute of our stay here, The dogs were not so happy since the RV park was not too doggie friendly. No grass for doggies.
Arches is one of the most popular of the National Parks and it is easy to see why, although due ...
... to a multi-streamed torrent cascading down many layers of rocks, this was a stunning landscape created entirely by one rainfall. As we approached the lower levels of the valleys, we saw the Colorado River rushing past the side of the road. The water had turned a dark brown colour and looked for all the world like the river of chocolate in Willy Wonka's factory. It gushed around the river bends, being made deeper and faster by both the rain and the water rushing ...
Happy Birthday to my first born, Scott.
Today we got an early start because we had to drive from Salt Lake City to Moab, UT and see Arches National Park all in one day. It all worked out great, because Arches is a half day park. We left at 8:10 and 68 degrees and turned the car south. Driving through the Salt Lake City area pains me. Salt Lake City is located right in the middle of the most ...