Holiday Inn Express Green River
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... again, so we went to bed. The little hammock at top of the tent is the perfect spot for the iPad, so we watched "King of the Hill" before dropping-off. And then the thunder and lightening started. I slept until the early hours, but we were nervous of being struck by lightening in the tent. Will Google it today to see if we would have been safe. Jonathan's tarpaulin worked a treat, just a little soggy around the edges. We got out of there by ...
... etc as we have to move on and find a campsite, but glad we got to visit. What an amazing site to see! We tried to find a campsite, but had to keep driving a ms for the first time, got a little lost. We ended up doing a loud back up close to the Colorado boarder again through a small place called Moab and difference between the grey mountain and red rock was so cool. We drove right in between it, up high again and realized that we are definitely on the road to ...
... to see it. They would have looked more appropriate in the van....to give you some idea she had brightly coloured long socks on, but they weren't matching ones!
I should also mention that Capitol Reef is red rock country with cliffs, domes, canyons and bridges in what they call the Waterpocket Fold, a geologic monoline, or an almost 100 mile wrinkle! Ouch! And our scenic drive gave us a great view of these wonders and of those in the Fruita area - history again of ...
... though it was. We could see the heat above the spout and the level of the geyser grew to around 3 feet. It added to the thrill.
Back in the car we drove back up to the highway and headed for Canyonlands NP, Islands in the Sky. We presented Hans' permanent National Park Pass and he reminded me that the photo on the card was taken by one of TA's own DEs from California, Copper_JackRabbit. Today, we were being tourists. We were going to a park that we've all visited ...
... yummy milkshakes.
Since it was getting late we decided to head back to GR with a quick detour to Goblin Valley. That's what we did and we made it back to GR around 4:30. We saw cars from the Ding Dang group that indicated they weren't back yet. It had been a great day and a wonderful hike. We all agreed and parted to get cleaned up for our planned group photo at 6:30 and dinner at 7:00.
The day was far from over. We were about to get into an emotional adventure.