Quality Inn South Bluff
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- Car rentals
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Wednesday, June 24
*Packed up and drove through the mountains to Moab, UT
*Arrived in Moab and got settled into the hotel (Had a visit from Delite)
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Thursday, June 25
*Toured Arches National Park
*Visited Delite at the Youth Garden Project
*Supper with Ann and Delite at their house
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... that my hiking group would have been here with me to do Angels Landing, a strenuous hike with amazing views. We also observed rock climbers conquering the the steep sandstone mountain faces. Watchman Campground near the Visitor's Center was full so you would need to reserve ahead of schedule. On our way back to the KOA we visited Silver Reef Museum and the CCC encampment (1933-1942) in Leeds. The CCC were responsible for much of the architecture in Zion National ...
... fine for doing it. We met a really fat squirrel who was not afraid to get close to us. Obviously, he was not threatened by us. We also had a deer come within about 20 feet of us and then she lay down on the ground and just watched the hikers go by. Also, signs everywhere say that no dogs are allowed on the trails, but guess what? I guess some people don’t think that rules apply to them.
Karen wears a Fitbot and it ...
... the great Mojave. At Jessica's wise urging, I took the kids to the hotel pool full of very warm water. As soon as the sun moved out from behind the hotel it felt like we were lobsters in a boiling pot. The transition from boiling water to the shade to the AC was rough on shivering Andrew. Ana didn't notice. We showered up and hit the road after a "healthy" brunch at Carl's Jr. We headed east across the Mojave hills, stopping for gas and a hat after ...
... Canyon as he as been to both and he said it indeed was similar but Zion's cliffs were higher.
Snow Canyon had a surprise feature for us which were lava caves. After a very nice hike on the Butterfly trail where we got some fantastic views of the valley we hiked over to the Lava trail which features the caves. We met a nice man from New Zealand who had spelunked the caves earlier that day and he encouraged us to check them out. ...