Moab Valley Inn
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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Indoor pool
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... followed after unpacking the car. At 5pm we were ready for our pickup by Dan Mick's Jeep tours. This was a sunset tour up the slick rocks of Moab. There were 3 jeeps in total. Olivia was in the front seat because it was her birthday as we ventured up steep and narrow paths before heading down other rocks as we criss crossed Hell's Revenge. Along the way we learned about the dinosaur track fossils in ...
This morning we could not get breakfast ion the hotel as Best Western do not do breakfast for groups. We found a 'diner half a block down the road' that did a satisfactory continental breakfast and were then driven into Canyonland National Park. As the name suggests this park is full of deep canyons cut through the sandstone by either the Green River or the Colorado River. We followed ...
... deep snow, they were having great trouble walking in the drifts. They knelt on a Quilt to pray and noticed that they did not sink into the snow. They successfully completed their trip by placing a quilt on a drift, walking to the end of the quilt, then placing another down and retrieving the first. It became known as the Panguitch Quilt Walk and is celebrated annually.. The trip from Bryce to Torrey again was spectacular, ...
... and walked through Canyonlands National Park. Again awesome. Heat, sun and scenery.
Today we went to Ariches National Park. Walked several small walks in the morning then in the afternoon we did a private fiery furnace walk. Fantastic. Not long but slightly challenging.
35/36 deg. Keeping up the sunscreen and wearing the hat.
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... go on search for food for snacks and dinner. We head out to a supermarket and then leg it straight to the park again for a late afternoon sightseeing.
We drive to the furtherest point called the “Delicate Arch”, which was supposed to be the largest Arch and the most well known. It is the one that is featured on all the Utah number plates, so we figure it would be one to see at sunset for sure. We take a look as we get out of the car at the front of ...