Castillo De Las Rocas
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... we didn't want to stick around after sunset because traversing the winding roads would be more difficult and we still had a hike to the hotel. We decided not to go on any of the long hikes but we did drive the lane and the loops (we got out to see Delicate Arch because it is a must see) as well as stop at the Sand Dune Arch and trek to the Broken Arch. The girls loved it, especially after such a long time in the car and ran ...
... I saw an Indian sitting on a horse on a rock overlooking the valley. I told the boys to look and it jolted my memory about something that I had read on one of the blogs about that very thing. I remembered that you could get your picture taken with him. I pulled up into the area and there were people walking away from him so the boys and I just walked right up and started talking to him. Josh didn't want to just ...
... It was really hot, so while we saw some of the arches we missed quite a bit. From Arches we went to Four Corners, which is really out in the middle of nowhere. It's a Native American trading post with the monument and flags in the middle. Once again it was super hot and there was a line to take pictures. From there we drove back to Page, Arizona. This was mostly a driving day.
... not be the same without her. I can tell you that she did see a doctor this afternoon and was told she had a slight sprain (much better news than it could have been). So we picked her up a knee brace and she will soldier on for the next week or so.
As far as our plan for the day, we had booked a rafting trip on the Colorado River. It was a break from the national parks and the hiking that we had been doing and would be a fun way to spend a day. ...
... shaped rock formations on both sides. Some of them ...
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