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... a meal at Pasta Jay's, and then settled in to figure out what to do tomorrow. We've lost a day, so won't be able to check out all that we had planned to here. But we're not complaining... it's not lost on us how great this trip is, and how fortunate we are to be able to experience it.
It looks like we may have to miss out on Canyonlands National Park, and just explore Arches National Park before heading off to Monument Valley ...
... and –OMG---copilots heart sank and she stopped breathing.
Well we, the G/XP/copilot team scrambled our way up Hardscrabble and made it.
Then we still had to negotiate the road along the Green River, chipped out of the cliff and very narrow with a low overhang. Copilot hung the head out the window and gave the driver the inches he had to play with. No she didn’t really hang her head out the window, she couldn’t because the rock wall was right ...
... count (I tried to come up with a clever analogy here – feel free to message me if you have a good one; I got nuthin’). For the first hour it was foggy, but I could see the red rock around me and here and there some scrub pine, but otherwise just dirt. I also noticed some snow on the ground in areas that didn’t appear to get sun yesterday. When the fog finally cleared near Panguitch, Utah there were huge mountains ...
... highlight of this stop was waking up to a view of the snowy Tetons with a backdrop of dark clouds, lit up momentarily by spectacular sunlight. We were staying at a campsite on the beach of Jackson Lake, so we just wandered down to the shore, coffee in hand, and watched the light change. Each time I would look away and look back I would gasp anew at the striking beauty of this rugged range. September 30 dawned and we became ...
We are in moab at the moment and so far it has been great. On our second day mummy and I went rock climbing. It was absolutely brilliant. Maria (our guide) took us to a climbing site on the windgate sanstone cliffs, in a big van. We started off with a quite simple slab climb. Slab climbs are flat slopes that are just off vertical, but you definitely couldn't walk up it. After that we walked to another ...
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