Moab Rim Campark
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... most enormous iced cinnamon bun to share for lunch. Clearly we had to earn such an indulgence so off to hike to Hickmans Bridge which is a natural bridge made of stone. I had the trail guide so off we climbed in significant heat noting the wildlife and points of interest along the way. We found the arch and then a shady spot amongst the rocks to picnic with views as always here quite something. Our morning was now well and truly over and we still had some miles to ...
... and then another graham cracker. This was all swooshed together and bitten into! Yes it was calorific. Yes it was overly-sweet. Yes it was tooth decay in a bite. But man was it fantastic! How these have not made their way to the UK is beyond me!
Bed soon called, and ingeniously, I added two sleeping bags to the inflatable mattress. Lying on the new bed now became a pleasure and I drifted off to sleep with the gentle sounds of the breeze around me.
States added: New Hampshire, Vermont ...
We got to Arches just after noon. After entering the park, we parked the car and had lunch as we studied the map and decided on a plan of attack. The park is made up of the most beautiful rock formations in red and orange. Here is a snippet from the park pamphlet:
"The park lies atop an underground salt bed that is responsible for the arches, spires, balanced rocks, sandstone fins ...
... seen. Still, the road was good and it was not like traveling through Kansas. However, that part of Highway 70 traveling east offered some amazing canyon views. While the Grand Canyon may be the grandest of all canyons, and taking nothing away from the Grand Canyon, there are some amazing canyons in this part of the world. It’s sort of like the Cinque Terre in Italy: there are many quaint little fishing villages strung together on the Med; ...
... the top, including several large Japanese tour groups and about 200 Germans. In fact, Tanya was pretty much sure that everyone speaking a foreign language of any kind was Japanese or German, which was fairly accurate. Given the number of people, you had to wait in line if you wanted a photo taken while standing under the arch. Tanya and I took turns waiting in line while the other person took the pictures from afar. The family in line in front of Tanya consisted of a mom and two ...
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