Moab Rim Campark
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... see over the next few days. High cliffs of red rock towering over the Colorado River. We saw people rafting, paddle boating and kayaking down the river. And others cycling along the special cycleway beside the river. Our hotel was easy to find at the entrance to Moab. The first of our three Holiday Inns. Given the heat of the desert climate the pool was an instant attraction. The girls rushed down ...
... of the steep angle of the decent it took us almost as long to get down - or maybe it just felt that way because I had to go really bad! I know the pictures don't do it justice. Bruce and I take pride in hiking the three miles and living to talk about it! Tonight we're sitting out next to Our V enjoying the mountain views having a cocktail and thanking Our Maker for allowing us to live this ...
On our way to Torrey from Bryce Canyon we passed through a small tidy town called Panguitch. A major celebration every June is the Quilt Walk Retreat. The valley was first settled in 1864 with the first winter being exceptionally cold and hard. Crops failed and people were close to starvation. Seven men braved the elements to gt flour in Parowan, 40 miles away. Setting out with oxen and wagon which they soon had to abandon because ...
... afternoon, and decide that the photos will turn out more beautiful around sunset. So we drive out of the park and try to find a campground for the night. We make a few stops at the first ones we come across and all the tent sites are booked out. We begin to panic a little bit because we have not pre-booked once this whole time and we were beginning to think maybe we had to for this heavily touristy area. We drive to the next one, and yes, there is availability! So we set up our ...
... for about 15 minutes. It was great because we were the only ones there. Adrian lived in Monument Valley with his parents and had 16 horses that he used for tours and things. He was so friendly and we had a good time talking with him.
After we left, Josh started thinking that where he was standing looked like the place where the Lone Ranger movie was filmed. He looked it up on his phone and saw that on ...
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- This place made our vacation enjoyable
- Loved it
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105 South Main Street, Moab | 2 star hotelfrom $186
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