Castillo De Las Rocas
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... girl but a little slow on remembering what we needed (water, ice, chips, ect.). The salsa tasted like marinara sauce and we asked for some hot, which tasted pretty good. Then our meals came (enchiladas and quesadilla) and were ok, just not great. Grocery store fill-up... 7:00pm (MT): Moab, Utah. We stopped at a grocery store for refills of essentials (bear paws and chocolate covered doughnuts) and other non-essential stuff (water, bread, peanut butter). Loading all of that in the ...
... It almost doesn't look real.
We enjoyed the views and took quite a few photos before deciding to have some lunch in the Bryce Canyon Lodge. After two days of eating PB&J on the trails of Zion NP, it was nice to sit down and have lunch in the lodge. Lunch was good but, again, we still had a bit of driving to do to get to Moab. Although the drive was about 4 hours, it seemed to go by fast. The scenery was amazing. We arrived ...
... Arch felt like the symbol of America (America the Beautiful), in fact it's the symbol on the Utah number plates.
As the sun rose, we could see how high we had hiked and just how delicate the arch is, perched on the edge, it is an amazing creation, time has made it so magnificent, and eventually time will destroy it. The colours of the canyon came alive as the sun rose, it was quite a tranquil time.
... scenery molded out of Cutler and Moenkopi sandstone. On our last day in Moab we had breakfast with my friends, Katie & Jeff and then we did some “homework”. It’s fun being temporarily retired (for the 2nd time).
Each night a massive set of clouds rolled in from the east. All we got was a little rain, but it sure made for some excitement and dramatic photos. By the time we left Moab, Sean was in agreement with me that Moab was a killer place. ...
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