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Day 15. I woke to a beautiful sunrise, along with the smell of bacon and eggs cooking on Trevor’s grill. I was spoiled with food and left with a full belly and the most content, peaceful feeling. Little Cruzer treated me well getting me to that beautiful spot, over a big stretch of rocks and a dirt, shrub filled road. I continued my trek northeast and made it to Canyonlands three hours later. There was so much beautiful scenery along the way to admire. I ...
Arches National Park, Moab, Utah. Wow! It is hard to describe just what we saw within the National Park, but we had a wonderful time. It never ceases to amaze us what the effects of wind and water can have on the landscape. We took several hikes in the park and thoroughly enjoyed our time there. The best of the best was the 3.5 mile hike to the "Delicate Arch". It was all uphill to get ...
For our next journey, we traveled south of Grand Junction to Ridgeway State Park. Living in Grand Junction, we are so lucky to be able to drive in any direction and find numerous options for outdoor adventure. Ridgeway State Park is a gorgeous park situated on one of the areas largest water reservoirs. Our campsite had a nice view of the reservoir. We are finding that it is not always easy to know which sites are best when reserving online, ...
... so did we. There was grit everywhere.
Early in the day we decided that we were going to come back to the park after dinner and take the 3 mile hike up to the Delicate Arch. At the end of the day we decided not to. We climbed up a path to see it from a mile away and after that, we knew that our ship had sailed and we weren’t doing a 3 mile hike. We saw people in the ...
... man who scouts out locations for the movies. Greg recognised him from the DVD & asked him after he first asked us where we were from. He then said how he had been out just yesterday taking photos for Marlboro again. He said they have kept making ads all these years but he has no idea where they have been shown as we said they can't show them at home & he said it was the same in the US.
We had lunch in town (take away since there ...
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