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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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... home now. I ended up in Fillmore Utah tonight. It's a really nice best western hotel.
I have lots of quiet time today to reflect and just be with the amazing scenery along the way. I'm really looking forward to seeing you all in telling you about my experience.
My my deepest love to all.
This is a little late-but what can you do? We had a very nice visit in Utah. Megan brought the kids down so we could see them. Grandma and Grandpa Gibb were doing well and were very happy to see Elizabeth. We didn't take any trips up the mountain to go fishing because there was still snow!! It even rained while we were there which was super weird. We were tured of driving so we stayed for 2 nights to give everyone a ...
... As it was, we knew we had seen beauty beyond compare already, so although we were disappointed not to get to the end of the road, we were fine. We are both amazed at the gigantic scale of this area. Leaving the park, our next stop was in the little, quaint town of Torrey, Utah. It is a funky little place with many building that look as if they date to the time of the Mormon settlement of the area. We did make one stop trying to find a place that had a strong enough ...
... Also, since we carry our home with us, we can really stay wherever we need to. Through our drive, we are enjoying great views of varied landscapes, colorful rock formations, prairies, valleys with huge farms and hundreds of Angus and horses, and mountains. We have reached heights of over 3000 meters and it has even snowed. For days, we have not seen neither Starbucks nor McDonald's. In fact, what we are finding everywhere ...
... of uplift. Faulting occurred and whole sections of rock subsided into the areas between the domes. In some places, they turned almost on edge. The result of one such 2,500-foot displacement, the Moab Fault, is seen from the visitor center.
As this subsurface movement of salt shaped the landscape, erosion removed the younger rock layers from the surface. Except for isolated remnants, the major formations visible in the park today are the salmon-colored ...