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... br> I drove on to Blanding, opting not to take 264 down Moki Dugway. I was concerned about what the dirt road might be like after the recent monsoonal rains.
I made it down through Bluff and Mexican Hat and as I approached Monument valley I could see an even bigger storm in the distance. It looked like Kayenta was taking it hard. So I turned off into Gouldings Lodge and went to the museum ...
... rock, between climbing over boulders and dropping down to puddles. Rain hadn't been there for at least a few days, but it was easy to see what it had left behind. We had already read recent reports of a deep pool that would force us to turn back near the end of the canyon.
We met several hikers who had already gotten there and were now exiting. They confirmed the news and offered advice about an alternate route if we wanted to get out of LWHC and loop around to Bell ...
... not find was any reference to the private club that J W Powell founded in Washington DC. It's called the Cosmos Club. My father is a member. I've been there. Look it up.
Dinner that night was a short walkable distance from RR at Ray's Tavern. Burgers and beer are the specialty there and they proved to be good. We sat at a long table for the 23 of us and the wait staff did a great job of taking orders and serving everything promptly and correctly.
Overall, another great day. ...
... the airport, it's usually a lot cheaper. We loaded our luggage into the silver Camry that will be our transportation for the next week. We said fond farewells to my brother, and took off to Utah! It took about 4 hours to get to Bryce Canyon National Park. Despite my protest about adding any more places to the already full itinerary, my dad insisted that this park is the #1 destination in Utah, and it's on the way. Alright... I've never even heard of ...
... as we have seen any park.
The Arches NP is not that old being designated as a National Park in 1971 by Ric**********. In total there are more than 2,000 sandstone arches in the park. The Delicate Arch is the best known while the Landscape Arch is the longest at 306 ft but the Zion Kolob Arch is 4 ft longer at 310 ft.
We'll let the pictures do the story telling. In many photos look for cars or people ...
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