Comfort Inn Green River
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slightly overpriced for a remote location and didn't have a cafe
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... room. A Navajo taco for lunch was great. I figured I'll be eating healthier once I get home. Besides, I'm still on vacation. And my stop worked as I needed. Back on the road I was rain free again. There was still lots of evidence of the heavy rain on the roads and in the washes. But I had clear sailing to Sedona. I arrived home promptly at 5PM. The drive, including stops had taken 9 hours.
... was not our plan. We reached the pool at about the 3.5 mile point and took a break to snack before turning around. On the return we bumped into another party who advised us that Susan was only about 10-15 minutes behind us, but that they thought she might have already turned around.
Hiking back out was equally as thrilling. We continued to marvel at the light and the variety of the canyon walls as we retraced our steps. We found the familiar puddles and the tree branches ...
... pink cliffs outside Tuba City always make me feel welcome. I breezed through Monument Valley after a fuel stop at Kayenta. At Mexican Hat I made the turn that confirmed my decision to drive Moki Dugway. I've been up the road before but never at the wheel. In the last couple of years though I've been overcoming the fears I've been experiencing with heights and edges. This would be a test. I stopped at the base of the cliffs and snapped a photo. I made two more stops on ...
... parts. We just hit the highlights and spent hours doing that. The scenic drive Utah 12 from park to park was equally impressive and at one time we were at 9600 feet on the pass viewing 12000 foot mountains around us. We did not want to stay at that altitude for the night so pushed on to Green River at a lowly 4600 feet in case we got snow overnight since we had been snowed upon at ...
... rode over the river and the water was almost up to the bridge. It turns out if you're not rafting in Green RIver, there is little else to do. We got in so early (before noon) that we decided to have lunch at a biker bar called Ray's Tavern, an interesting place. There were three distinct groups of people eating in the tavern while I was having lunch (a monster delicious hamburger). The first was my ...