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- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Indoor pool
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Woke to sun again, but 3 degrees! Walked down to lake shore before we set off down the canyon. Stopped by road work gang who told us "road closed" for ten minutes in case rocks came down from where they were working up above us. Happy to wait!
Strange names for places around here! Basalt, Carbondale, Silt, Rifle and Parachute. I guess Americans would ...
... after 7am & by 8am we were back on the California Zepher Amtrak to make our way to Grand Junction. This time we were in coach but the seats are comfy, recline, you get a foot rest & plenty of leg room, puts our trains to shame!! Plus the Amtrak staff are really jolly & friendly instead of the generally sour faced staff on our trains!! The views on this journey were breathtaking, visually gorgeous. ...
... rain. They normally only get around 8 inches in one year. But Ken and I had decided that we could make it on the scooter. We talked to a couple of cyclists who were on it and they said we would not have any problem so off we went. Fortunately, we did not get caught.
But the rain had not kept people away. We had to find a campground outside the park when we first arrived and then got into ...
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Wildlife (today/overall): None/White tail deer, black bear, coyote, antelope, elk
* inflated by having to abandon Moab loop
Route (had to reset phone thus two parts):
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... the sky darkened and lightning started to flash. The monsoon low caught up with us again. Concurrently, the dun was setting in a mostly cloud free western sky. This made eerie shadows and lighting. We drove back into Arches NP to record the awesome scenery. The dark blues, the reds, the yellows. When we got back to Moab, the rain hit hard with hail and torrents. We continued in the storm slowly up the Colorado River's canyons. Rain created temporary waterfalls off the ...