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... in not so happy mode).
We stopped for water, garbage bags, RV toilet paper (so help me, I'll kill anyone flushing anything but that paper, I have heard stories! You just read my first paragraph!) Oh, also a bunch of donuts, they were smallish. Then we were finally off.
A little overcast and windy (the wind was good for cooling off the early high temps) we were going to do "The Windows" hike. Last night the colors and the walk was ...
... tonight and play a little guitar around the fire.
Gonna explore Arches Nation Park tomorrow, before we head to our hotel in the town at Moab. White water rafting starts Tuesday morning, and we will be camping along the river for 3 nights. So, after tomorrow, you won't hear from us until after the white water rafting trip. I know....it is going to be ...
... Inn -- which has a "No Vacancy" sign in use. Hanksville got its name in 1985, named after Ebenezer Hanks, leader of a group of Mormon pioneers who established a small settlement here. It may be best known as a supply post for Butch Cassidy and the Wild Bunch, who would hide out at Robbers Roost in the desert southeast of town. Butch and his bunch were popularized by the 1969 movie, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, ...
... drove through the park.
We did stop at Tunnel Arch to view the windows.
I knew then that I wanted to visit this area again in the fall when the weather is cooler and we could do sone hiking.
(It is now 8 years later and I am planning a trip to Utah National Parks in the fall. My account of that trip will appear when we get ...
... 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 ...
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