Moab Rim Campark
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... service. I was following Google down this road and all of a sudden a sign popped up saying unpaved road for the next 3 miles. I slowed down and began thinking of my options. Without cell service I could not look anything up and I didn’t have my Utah map. So I decided to press on. That was fine until about a half of a mile on the road when all of a sudden we started ascending at a sharp angle and I ...
... but we were still awe struck when we saw the view before us, it was vast, red and the blueness of the Colorado River flowing through it was utterly beautiful!
The opposite side to Dead Horse Point lies Canyonlands, an area in the heart of the Colorado Plateau offering great lookouts just a short walk from the car.
Our first stop was Shafer ...
... pretty much lost it for his team, but insisted we all "do this" (he says as he holds his hand out to the side and walks, the "good game" line players do at the end) and have a trophy presentation. The winning team got to go to Disneyworld. He has kept us entertained so far. In a discussion on the way back from Delicate Arch, he asked about me marrying Lucas and where was he. As I explained God had to make him and he had to be born, he ...
... was over all too soon. We drove through the town of Moab and checked in and set up at Portal RV. There is a side for owners where there are fancy, huge A class RVs, and then there is a side for whoever. The whoever side is nice also. They have gravel sites though, tiny gravel. Lucas's shoes brought in the tiny rocks constantly. Stepping on one later with bare feet hurts! They have a sand volleyball court and a "swimming" pond. We didn't get it but it looks like it has ...
... and we have booked a posh nosh up for our last night in Moab .
3/4 PM Got all me socks and pants ready to wash and set of for the laundry room and nearly trod on a snake! No ideas if it was a dangerous one but Charlie found it very amusing and then every time I walked passed that spot he made hissing noises . Put on 2 loads of washing and had a nice swim in the pool - we had the whole place to ourselves ...
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- Great Stay at a Reasonable Price
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105 South Main Street, Moab | 2 star hotelfrom $186
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- One of the best place to stay
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