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... being patient for me too. We are both working hard to make ourselves better people individually that when we finally meet it truly will be a match made in heaven. It was going to be a long driving day. We were working our way from Petra to Madaba. Our first stop was going to be Karak castle, built during the crusades of the 11th and 12th century. On our way to the castle we stopped to meet a man living in a cave. He converted a Volkswagen Beetle ...
... their Prius. Our guide for this hike was Molly and we jumped in the Moab Adventure van to drive back up to the trail head. To hike the Fiery Furnace trail you need a permit and to reserve a spot months in advance. Molly was tons of fun and very knowledgeable. Even though I was tired and lacking caffeine, I had a snack and then got into the groove of things. The Fiery Furnace hike was a strenuous hike because you have to wiggle ...
So we left for our exciting adventure out west at 6am. Saturday morning. 18 hours later we checked into our hotel in Grand Junction, Colorado. 18 hours - if you would have told me a week ago that I would spend 18 hours locked up in a van with anyone, I would have told you to take a long trip off a short pier. However, I must admit that long ride really did seem like ...
... along with a fridge and even a TV. I would be okay without the TV, but the AC is great! When we first opened the cabin, it was an oven in there. We turned on the air and decided to go to Dead Horse Point State Park and Canyonlands National Park.
We first went to Dead Horse. It blows my mind how you can just walk up to an edge of the canyon that just drops off. The story about this park is sad though... ...
... saw several groups of rafters and kayakers going down the Colorado River; because the river is high they were all moving swiftly. After returning to Moab we took another drive over the “Lower Colorado River Scenic Byway”, this is a drive over UT Hwy 279, which dead ends after about 20 miles, actually it turns into a dirt road. This section of the Colorado River does not pass through the dramatic canyons as earlier today, but it ...
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