Comfort Inn Green River
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slightly overpriced for a remote location and didn't have a cafe
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... br> I drove on to Blanding, opting not to take 264 down Moki Dugway. I was concerned about what the dirt road might be like after the recent monsoonal rains.
I made it down through Bluff and Mexican Hat and as I approached Monument valley I could see an even bigger storm in the distance. It looked like Kayenta was taking it hard. So I turned off into Gouldings Lodge and went to the museum ...
... and back packs would scrape the walls and in more than one place we were forced to remove our packs and hand them forward as we twisted and slid throught the cracks to gain more space beyond. Sometimes we could see through the dark corridors straight ahead to light at the end of the tunnel that was 100 yards or more away. Other times we could barely see more than 15 or 20 feet ahead and had to get there before we see beyond and what awaited us. We walked on sand, gravel, mud ...
... hour long visit. The historic accounts and artifacts of Powell's explorations are well documented and presented. There's a rather impressive art display in a seperate room, a dinosaur exhibit, and coincidentally, there was a pottery demonstration going on that afternoon. It was interesting to watch the process by which these beautiful and functional pots are created. And I ran into Pixie, Kbecjeans and two of Noel and Donna's neighbors from Moab. One thing I was looking for ...
We were all set to go to Arches NP, and just before we got to the Visitor Center, Bill noticed a line of cars going one way up the side of the mountain. This was the road to the park. Now, for those of you who don't know, Bill loves mountain driving as much as I love elevators and airplanes. So we did an abrupt u-turn, and said adios to ...
... I took the foot drive out of the slot so I could take those last 3 pedal strokes into the boat ramp and kurplunk, my paddle knocked the drive system into the deepest part of the river, and the weight of it immediately sank it to the bottom. A replacement would not be found for another 6 days and $700 later.
So as they say kayaking the Colorado . . . $700, the memories . . . . priceless.