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I am not a fan of the RV. We picked up our 25' long, 12' high, 10' wide C25 RV from Salt Lake City today. By the time we'd had the required briefing, it was 3pm and we had a 300+ mile journey ahead. We set off. I floored it. Nothing happened for a Very Long Time. After about a month, we joined the rest of the traffic at 65mph. The steering went very light, there was much noise. The RV caught every gust of wind. We came upon a slight incline. The RV ...
... sites in the Moab area. We then went to the Kane Springs Canyon site. Again, the glyphs were very clear and easily accessible. The third site on this run was on a boulder down a steep decline about 75 feet from the road. We decide not to risk it with our mobility issues.
After seeing these sites we continued on the same road. Shortly it turned into a gravel road and we started following it till we chickened out. We went about 2 miles and were really enjoying this ...
... all bodytypes) we assumed it was just safest to give big warnings to everyone. So the next day we went to visit the Arches National Park. We saw the signs. Yes yes strenuous. Uhu, always bring water along. We still went for a hike that was described as a fairly easy walk. About 10-15 minutes. I took along my sunhat and exchanged my hiking shoes for sandals. After all, I had seen people wearing flip flops while walking the paved roads along the ...
... mile round trip hike, uphill all the way there (rising about 500 feet). By the time we got there, it was pushing 100 degrees, and the ranger said not to try that hike. That didn't stop some people, but it stopped us. We went instead to the viewpoint, which requires a half-mile hike--hot enough!
We did several walks during our visit to the park in order to get to where we could see arches. It was ...
... gallons of water we headed out of Moab along Main Street before turning off onto Kane Creek Road. The tarmac road followed the course of the Colorado River before turning into a dirt track. 4WD and low ratio gears engaged we headed up towards a place called Chicken Corners. It took us about two hours to get to the junction at Chicken Corners and was a perfect time for lunch. The terrain got progressively demanding on what is described as ...
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