Lazy Lizard International Hostel
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Woke up to another icy morning, in Colorado. Stopped first thing for a quick tank and tummy fill up, where we met a fellow vstrom rider travelling from nearby Durango. After a little guy talk about v-stroms and a gander at his 110k odometer, he pulled a map out to suggest some routes. We told him a little about our trip/route. He immediately …
Arriving in Moab at about 6pm, I checked into my hostel,this was the cheapest place in town easily, being only $10 a night, the first night I camped as there was no space as I was arriving a day early. On the way in to town I Booked a bike for 2 days to do some mountain biking as Moab is classed as a bit of a mecca to do it. The Hostel, kind of …
... path back to the main road it was totally dark. The high places are not any less frightening just because it is too dark to see how high you really are. Once we got back into the town of Moab we had a really nice dinner at a restaurant named "Eddie McStiff". In addition to being a fine restaurant it is also a microbrewery which, according to Daniel, has some really tasty beer. After eating we decided that we were going to head home for I was ready to get back to the Ripple.Moab, Utah, United States fatoldbiker