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Jan 9 We spent the whole day at the beautiful Arches today. After our scary climb to Delicate Arch we were quite looking forward to some easy walks! To start we went to the end of the park to the walk that included the famous Landscape Arch, the third longest arch in the world. On the way there were 2 other arches that we detoured to. The walk was gorgeous. The trails were snow packed and the sun was shining too :-) After our first walk we then went around the park checking ...
... 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 ...
... along the edge of the Colorado from Moab to our overnight Resort stop were Spectacular. These were right beside the caoch and towered above us to great heights.
On arrival straight into a Wine tasting with cheese, strawberry's bikkies etc which relaxed one. The winery resort they do reds and some whites from growers in the area. Dinner was out on the deck beside the river.
Fell into ...
... we didn't get to see a lot of it. We were thrilled that the Ranger led hike we had scheduled months in advance was not cancelled in spite of a threatening storm. The only way to hike between and amongst the sandstone fins, spires, and arches of the Fiery Furnace section of the park is by this Ranger led hike. When the sun is shining, some of these narrow passage ways we ...
... rock faces.
We eventually managed my to navigate the storms and found ourselves in the town of Moab, one of the larger towns in the area. Complete with shops, bars and diners, this was one of the busiest laces we had seen on the trip so far. Arriving at the campsite, we realised that we were going to have to pitch the tents in the rain and cook dinner in the rain. This did not filled with the sense of adventure it had done the night before, but with a ...
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