Moab Valley Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... order to be able to spend a day at Mesa Verde .We journeyed on to Monticello where we called in at the visitors office. Not only did we get instructions about the forest we were aiming for for our picnic lunch but there was free coffee on hand and a museum with artefacts from the early pioneers. Outside a replica of the early pioneer homes which all seemed very small and dingy. I should say the drive here had been beautiful as the trees are turning golden yellow and rusty ...
My first visit to ANP in Utah was in June 2006. We had just finished a river trip in Idaho and was passing through the area heading to Colorado to visit a few days. We spent the night in Green River, Utah before heading to ANP. This National park is just outside of Moab, Utah. We only spend a couple of hours there for a couple ...
... stop at the scenic spots and just take their pictures there, rush through it and move on to the next spot on the list to check off. But I live the scene out - play it from the moment my eyes set site on it…dance in the middle of it, smile, laugh, sigh, close my eyes and reopen them, wondering if the beauty will still lie before me. And when I move on to the next spot, I take all that I've encountered prior along with me. They are building blocks, ...
... views from the "Point" are absolutely spectacular!
Natural Bridges National Monument, Blanding, Utah. In 1908, President Theodore Roosevelt proclaimed Natural Bridges National Monument, creating Utah's first National Park System area. The bridges have had several names, but the General Land Office eventually affixed the Hopi names of Sipapu (place of emergence), Kachina (named ...
... predator stopped by the side of the road, and as we watched, they began to walk nervously away in one long convoy. When we began to crawl forward, they bounded off, leaping as though on springs into the distance.
A short time later, we passed three red tailed hawks resting on the fence posts at the side of the road, and then a herd of deer wandering through the fields. Cows from the farms strolled into the roads in front of us - it was like being back ...