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... over in most spots because there was no where to pull over safely. My video worked on my helmet cam today, but we will have to edit the footage when we get back. We rolled into Moab as the sun was setting, got a room and had a decent Mexican meal. We are planning on seeing the Arches National Park tomorrow before we head to Sedona Arizona. I can't see how it could be any better than the last 2 days riding in Colorado. We rode 400 kms ...
I can't imagine what went through the minds of those early settlers as the came up over the hill of what wasn't a real great part of Colorado and saw their first glimpse of Utah. Now, remember back on all the beautiful pictures you have seen of Colorado over the last few weeks. And realize that even though those early settlers heading west thought it was lovely they were heading for the ...
... boat. At the safe bit I switched back into our boat- other leaders laying into John- he felt so bad! At the next rapids some got into float it- no spinning this time! Great fun even with the injury!! Left a bit of a soggy tip! Emma and I walked back to camp- showered and put some washing on. Nice little nap at the quiet spot by the stream. Sorted out the 'pink' washing then into Moab Brewery to meet Tom and Bailey for a drink- so relaxed. Very large margheritas :) river guys came in for ...
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Today we visit the Needles section of Canyonlands. I did not know until yesterday that the Needles section was so far away. 2 hours from our campground. I did not remember the vastness of this park from my last trip here. I was stationed in Moab then so both entrances to Canyonlands were evenly spaced about an hour’s drive away. Now with us positioned near the ...
... the arches and eventually through them. A mile walk total and an hour long in the hot sun. We learn that the first evidence of humans in the area dates between 7000 – 10,000 years ago. Bones, spear heads, tools. We were all surprised to learn of this evidence. I had believed that archeologists speculated that humans wandered these lands even further back but there was no tangible proof.
Jacqueline, our Ranger, brought up ...
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