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... s license doesn't lie does it? We depart after two nights of camping in a nice RV park which is, like most RV parks, too close to the highway and too noisy for our tastes. We leave busy Moab and the parks behind just ahead of a major Jeep rally starting tomorrow. We now look forward to quieter times over next couple months as we wend our way north then west arriving back to our original departure location in California next week. More on that ...
... route to Bryce was a good plan- great town- gave us an idea of a place to sleep and 2 options for dinner. Was great - a local who had lived there before! Or so we thought.... The river drive was nice, along the banks of the Colorado, with massive red rock cliffs each side of us. It was tempting to keep following the road but we had a long drive ahead of us. The drive to Torres was long - 4 hours - but knowing where we would stop to eat / sleep was good. We arrived in town at ...
... and deer on our way back to the car.
Later, we also took the walk to the super impressive Landscape Arch. Only erosion knows how much longer this arch is going to exist and when it will finally collapse.
The rain was really strong by now, but we tried to give the Windows Section a chance. However, when we reached there were 4 coaches full of people that just started their short hikes towards North and South Windows and the rain ...
... the street to get back to our campsite, dodging the huge drops by dashing under awnings, gas station forecourts and trees. However, nothing kept us from being drenched and we arrived back at the campsite, raced into our tents and closed the flaps against the rain. We lay back under cover, listening to the storm hammering down on the canvas. Fortunately, the downpour was short-lived and we were soon out, enjoying a beer while cooking together. Jen made an awesome chilli ...
... a small percentage of that view. It doesn't begin to represent what is actually there. I am including videos where I span the area and try to show the totality of it, but the bottom line is, you have to be here to really appreciate it.
We drove the two main roads, stopped at all of the viewpoints and returned to the park entry in 3 ½ hours. And if I knew yesterday what I know today, we would have done Canyonlands yesterday and ...
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