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Utah is turning out to be a favorite state and our visit to Moab with Arches National Park and Canyonlands National Park closeby, sealed the deal!
It was a day of so many incredible and beautiful sights in both parks that our beauty quota was totally taxed!
We definitely want to come back to Moab and take advantage of the off roading, river rafting and hiking available that we didn't have time to do this trip.
Colorado is our next stop.
... land of California. Over the rise and into Utah. Ohhh...my...God! "George what have you gotten us into this time?"
The best way to describe this approach to Moab, which is beautiful, is not just with pictures, because that doesn't begin to describe what we saw and felt. If we had not been on I70 with other cars, not many, but still some, it would have been the most sinking, lost, ...
... more apologies from John and he thanked us for our tip- v sweet :) Headed back to camp and talked the rest of the group into going out for dinner rather then robins dodgy meat! Bit of a stubborn chat with robin but worked out in the end- decided on a 'no mention robin' policy which worked pretty well :) Zak's was great for dinner- BBQ pulled pork sandwich, fries ad coleslaw, followed by an amazing desert- freshly backed cookie and icecream- delicious :) Great day even with the bruise ...
... to Canyonlands, the drive time is doubled to the Needles section. Yes, they do not make roads conveniently around here. Remember our talk with Jaqueline yesterday. The roads were made with a purpose and that was to find Uranium. They weren’t thinking about which part of the area was prettiest or that a future park needed accessibility. We are the hearty camping type anyway, right? We are supposed to be used to roughing it in the anticipated ...
... facts but my favorites was how in geological time the affects in the park took millions of years to form but man’s use of the area has grown quickly. 200 years ago the Native Americans roamed these areas and then a few Mormon settlers tried to homestead not staying long. Just 60 years ago the area was not widely known and did not have a paved road. Paved roads were created in the area when Uranium was found near Moab. Though not ...
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