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... around. I had a swim in the pool at the campground then wandered around town, there are a lot of shops selling either souvenirs, Navajo indian products or outdoor gear. I had a really good iced coffee - i haven't been drinking coffee because most of it is percolated but Amanda recommended a couple of proper local coffee places because she is a big coffee drinker. It was so hot, I was tired and sweaty by the time I got back to camp so had a shower and put on a new t ...
... the more difficult CO passes we had done in previous days. He had not. We headed over the pass which turned out to be one of the most tame of the trip. Next, we headed down into the canyon, along the Colorado river and back into civilization (Moab). Upon the recommendation of a friendly pot peddler at a nearby pub, we found a decent place to eat called Zax. From the outdoor patio, we watched the ...
... this might be the way" In our minds was " were going to be late for the coach". Finally spotted carpark and coach, Russell ran forward only to find no-one on the bus. We were early and red faced from the heat. Lesson learnt maybe!!On then to Delicate Arch, this is the one on Utah number plates. A free standing arch not supported by rock.Too many people to park the coach in some spots so just stopped at view points for snaps.Back to Moab town for lunch and a walk around. Then just out of ...
... chance to see. We watched a very black, huge and fast moving storm as it crossed the canyon where it had been sunny just moments before, then as it passed on, a rainbow appeared. I also got to enjoy seeing Jon sprinting to a good spot near the edge of the canyon to catch with his camera this amazing sight before it was gone.
Canyonlands is much larger than Arches. ...
... a downhill run and when you see it , it really gives you a better feel for how big things are.
We arrive in Green River, UT and this is a small city. But is famous. Green River is the home to the oldest Melon festival in the world. Now that you have the tid bit, you can forget it. Unless you plan to be on some trivia contest.
To our East the hills light up with the setting sun and look white. More tomorrow. . .
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