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Hanging loose refers to relaxing your body in a 4x4 Jeep whilst careering over dunes, rocks and sandstone. Chip was our driver for the morning which kicked off at 07.15 today. Prepackaged boxed breakfasts and we were off into the Arches National Park with Tag a Long excursions for an off-road experience.
The sandstone landscape has been eroded over millennia into the strangest shapes, columns and formations. Some of the boulders look ...
... canyons created by the Green River. The other side offers views of the Colorado River canyons. The latter was wider and vast in size but both were beautiful.
The height of the plateau is about 6,000 feet. From there you are looking down on what is called the White Rim. This rim is a wide bench appearing formation that is 1,300 feet below your observation point. On the Colorado side you can see 4-wheeler trails and old mining trails cutting across this ...
... One should never miss this place either.
We now leave to go to Emigrant Gap which is very close to Lake Tahoe. Will be our first stay in the woods kind of roughing it --- no sewer hookup, no TV and no phone service. It will also be a little cold after the sun goes down as we are at the 8,000 ft level.
Really enjoyed our time in Moab visiting the parks and surrounding areas. We commented on the ...
... by the 1970s. According to this article in the Huffington Post, Cisco is an iconic ghost town, and has featured in several movies including (get this, Thelma) Thelma and Louise. The article is very interesting, and identifies the buildings used in several movies and one that features in a Johnny Cash song, "Cisco Clifton's Filling Station," available on YouTube, of course. I had no idea at the time ...
... the canyon wall but brilliantly framing a view of some of the monuments on the canyon floor. It had been a fleeting visit to the Canyon Lands, just a few hours, but it impressed me, and whilst it remains relatively undiscovered by tourists I think I would recommend it to people over the Grand Canyon. When I arrived back at the motel Kirsty and Katie were ready for dinner. We wandered to the Denny's diner, which was next door to the motel. Katie had been looking forward to ...