Moab Land Hotel
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... river valley - not wide though - is green with irrigated fields. A short distance north these green fields give way to desert country again where amongst a line of rocks just east of the road is a good spot to camp - we called it Yellow daisy Camp - as there were lots of daisy bushes here - GPS 38°8'36.6"N 111°4'43.9"W. This was just south of where the blacktop started and about 11 mile south of H-24. There's a couple of other spots from here ...
... a church, which notes the location from which God allowed Moses to view the Holy Land before he died. His unknown tomb is supposed to be somewhere nearby, too. I'd been there many times before, and when the weather cooperates, it affords clear vista views across the Jordan Valley and Dead Sea into Israel. In good conditions you can see the spires of Jerusalem. As we neared the airport, which sits considerable south of Amman, the winds had picked up and ...
... we had attempted to open the trunk and get our luggage. While the key would go into the lock, and I could turn it, we could not get the actual trunk lid to open. We fumbled around the dark looking for a release lever somewhere in the car, but finally gave up. We explained the problem to the man at the desk, and he promptly came outside with us and spent a good five minutes repeating everything we had already tried. In ...
... were 130 mph winds overnight. Though not actually freezing, the chill factor in a poorly insulated van made for an extremely cold and miserable night.
Next morning, early, it's on to Walnut Canyon, 6 miles east of Flagstaff and site of 12th Century Sinagua Indian Cliff Dwellings, built in the top third of the canyon walls in recesses where erosion ...
... other campgounds in town, but this one looked to be the best)! After checking in I followed a list of suggested non-National Park hikes the campground had prepared and went out exploring.
It was a little crowded out there – probably because the National Parks are closed – but I found a nice hike to an incredible view: a natural arch and a natural bridge on the same ledge (Corona Arch, see this map). Please ...
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