Rodeway Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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My sunburn had me overheating last night. I woke up to sudden wind gusts that tore 3 tent stakes out of the ground because it was getting broadsided. At first, I thought someone was outside crushing my tent sideways. I rushed out, repositioned it lengthwise to the wind, and restaked it. It started raining so I zipped the rain fly, but I was boiling up with heat inside. It was a terrible night's sleep. My alarm went off at ...
... wildlife out here as not much water with only 8.5cm rain per year.
We poured ourselves back onto the bikes and have ended up in a place called Blanding for the night. I don’t quite know where this is in the big scheme of thing but it’s great to have internet and phone service again as we’ve been out of touch for a few days now.
Tomorrow it’s off to who knows where. We’re all only hoping that the weather is a lot ...
Early start today we have along drive to Panguitch about 6 hrs ... Broke up the trip by stopping at the Arches NP so dry out here you wonder if it ever rains.
Driving on these highways is quite an experience .... Sitting on 130km .... Only to have cars zoom by .... ...
... I saw five people in five miles!
But that was me done for the day – need to get up and leave in the dark tomorrow if I am to get a park in before glorious Denver!!!
By the numbers
Miles/KM run: 34/56
Miles/KM Hiked: 161/257
Miles/KM cycled: 190/305
Life changing decisions made: two…
Nob-ends given the car-horn: One – I have been really patient these last few weeks ...
... were the short downhills into the canyons followed by the super steep climbs out of it I do feel my legs getting pretty tired after 5 long days in the saddle. Finally made it to Blanding after another 7 hrs of riding. Time for a good rest and tonite I stay in a motel fuel up with food and beer to get ready to ride into Moab hopefully ...