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Today was a traveling day. Well, before we drove from Cedar City, UT to Moab, UT, Milo & Mark wanted to watch the Netherlands play Mexico of course in the second round at the World Cup. The game started at 10AM (mountain time), which allowed them to watch the first half in the hotel room. During half-time, we checked out of the hotel, packed the car and drove 2 miles south to finish the game at a local Starbucks with free ...
... a staging area, it is then loaded onto another truck that has not been driven into the contaminated area, this truck with the sealed container then drives to the rail head, where the container is placed on a
railcar for future shipment to a permanent storage facility for hazardous material. Returning to the camper we enjoyed a glass of wine while looking out over the valley at the distant mountain range.
After a delicious lunch of Chilli-cheeseburgers and hand cut fries at Milt's Stop and Eat we ventured up to Canyonlands. We arrived late expecting the campground to be full as it only had 12 sites, it was full but the disabled camp was vacant. We took a punt and went to the visitor centre to see if ...
... for our up and coming Green River Canoe trip. I'm going with 3 hours later the tent was down, the site was clean and the car was once again stuffed. The last thing was to strap the 4 bikes back onto the rack and off to Moab. Owen and Siena were riding around the grounds, so we were waiting on them. They had made up an obstacle ...
... Porcupine Rim from Kokopelli which is about 20 miles of downhill. So on the way back I booked a shuttle with the bike shop and then headed back to the hostel.
The next morning was an early one, getting up at 6am I got some pancakes to go and was outside the bike shop by 7:45am in order to get the shuttle. While waiting for the shuttle, I met 3 guys, Mike Paul and Pete from Denver, who said I could tag along as porcupine rim is a little dangerous as for much ...
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