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... Park Avenue. Awesome, and we haven't even seen a famed "Arch" yet! Ben keeps saying now that each place is his new favorite place. He has taken some great pics and even got an excellent panorama picture that I will post.
Took a look at the weather forecast for tomorrow, and happy that it will be a cool 99 instead of the norm of 105-116. Plan is for an early hike of minimal time and distance and then see how that goes.
... what appeared to be a surface mining operation off to our right, but upon investigation it turned out to be a US Dept. of Energy land reclamation project. Over one hundred acres of radioactive contaminated land are being removed, the sign did not give the depth but from our viewpoint it will be pretty deep. The soil is dug up and placed in a container resembling a shipping container without a top, the container is then sealed and off ...
... which is where you approach it from, you are basically on the rim of an ampitheatre with the arch a little below you. You can sit and admire it with the red rock rolling away to the still snow clad (just a little) La Sal Mountains in the very background - which hopefully change colour as the sun sets. Ron wasn't that lucky, but it was good none-the-less. A hundred or more people there I guess. By the time Ron got back to the vehicle it was nearly ...
We made it to Utah Lake Campground just in time for dinner , game of catch and a walk to the marina on the lake. Owen and Siena were champs on helping us set up camp. As the sun went down the birds got chatty. It was music to our ears and put us down for a great night of sleep.
The morning was comical as we began to repack the ...
... which was really cool and went down a long way. Once we got to the top and had followed baby steps round to the top of the downhill section, we let go. By far my favourite bit of the day, the downhill section was rapid and more complex than I have ever done before.I decided to stick with the guys to the south carpark as it rejoined with dino-flow and then got a lift back to the North Carpark again. After a great first day I wanted to do one of the famous trails, the ...
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