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... shorter walks to various arches. The Windows section was really cool, with several impressive arches we could get close to. Sand Dune arch was also very cool. Great park - we ended up staying pretty much all day as there were several nice walks to complete and the weather was behaving! After dropping in at the Visitors Cebtre, the ranger suggested a nice drive along the Colorado that we could fo before sunset, and also said that our idea of staying at Torres for the ...
... d just bought . In the evening we made burgers and packed them to take with us on another hike, to see the sunset at Delicate Arch. It took almost an hour to walk there from the carpark and it was all uphill, mostly over rock. It reminded me of Mt Lindsay. Once we got there it was worth it though, the arch is really cool and the colours changed as the sun got lower. There were so many people there and everyone wanted their photo taken in the arch. The walk back was ...
... can glow. Even with the dull light it was beautiful. Our Ranger, Lisa, was positively bubbling over with her love of Arches. Not just the rocks, but the plants and various creatures as well. There were some real characters on our hike who we will never forget. The French couple who literally spoke no English. They were troopers though, reacting with poise and good humor ...
... frustration. We wanted to camp, it was part of the whole experience we had signed up for, but we really couldn't face the prospect of damp tents and torrential rain when we wanted to move from one space to another. So, we did the only sensible thing we could do. We hooked up with the mother and daughter from Miami (Nani app and Fio) and booked a room with two queen beds. For $99 plus tax, we had the security of a dry room, a hot shower and comfortable, real beds. ...
... but I failed miserably. Every shot had clutter in it. And I came to the conclusion that the people who live with such incredible scenery on a daily basis must become immune to its beauty, otherwise they would find a way to keep it unsullied. I guess they just don’t care. And I find that very sad.
After leaving Salt Lake City, we drove for about four hours through mountains and dessert, and the ...
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