Ramada Limited Green River
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... Roz (SussexWorldTraveler), her husband David, and me. Hans and Roz are both Destination Experts at the Road Trip Forum at TripAdvisor. Could I have been in better company? I think not.
We found our way down to Crystal Geyser outside of GR. On the way we passed Esty and Walter. They had gone there a few minutes ahead of us. They might have joined us but Esty had a friend she was going to try to find later in Moab . The word is that the geyser no longer erupts with ...
... about going to Goblin Valley SP. That was on the way back. There was also a rock art panel that we thought we might be able to find and it was only about a 2 mile hike. There was confusion though about exactly where the turn off was. Susan mentioned the possibility of lunch down at Stan's in Hanksville. I reminded everyone that they made great milkshakes there too. That seemed to be the deal maker. Off we headed to Stan's Burgers. Lunch was greasy diner food with ...
... in the sky and the GCRA was spectacular. I saw only a little evidence of recent rains. A milkshake at Stan's lasted until I arrived at GR. Total time 7 1/2 hours. I was one of the first to get there. The office at Robbers Roost where I was going to be staying was closed for an hour so I went to explore and found the state park, our planned dinner and gathering spot. Got back to the motel, met up with Esty and her DH Walter and we got checked in. Then it was back to the ...
... at the hot temperature, was unappealing as a cooling off point. But, the beach had some of the nicest fine sand I’ve ever seen!
We’re off to the local restaurant for a bite. Stay tuned.
We are sitting outside our room with the sun setting and it’s been 87-90F today; now I can feel a slight breeze and the sun had gone behind a cloud thank god. I think my comfort zone for temperature and driving speeds is a solid ...
Today started a little tough because of a strong head wind and I thought my chances to get to Green River were slim. A couple hours into the ride the wind died down and it got a lot easier. I finished the first climb which was very difficult. As always I was rewarded with a long downhill stretch. I saw some very cool scenery along the way and stopped for pictures. Today was by far the most scenic leg of the trip which made it a ...