The Monticello Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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- We were hoping for a straight shot from the grand canyon to our next destination with no gas stops, but the camper disagreed.
- We were driving through Monticello, Utah, when Jack told me he could no longer turn the wheel correctly.
- We pulled over, and Jack quickly figured out that the power steering pump had gone out. …
Went through both today. Incredible scenery - again. Did a couple of short 1-mile hikes for a bit of exercise. It rained some, but we were lucky it held off when we were hiking . One was Whale Rock in Canyonlands - it resembled Moby Dick and was a scrambly climb up “slickrock”, which is an odd name as it is quite grippy sandstone. See …
... I couldn't muster the energy to get up. I'm totally exhausted. This place is so lonely. I don't have cell reception. No one has driven through. There are no animal sounds besides the ever-present gnats. It's a disturbing feeling. No birds calling or lizards rustling around. I'm tired and sunburned. Maybe it wouldn't be so bad if there was a tree or some sort of shade to escape this harsh sun. There is nothing here. ...
We head off at 6.00am ..down to Grand Canyon ..we watched the sun rise ..amazing colours as the sun came up. We then headed to Monument Valley. We had crossed the four corners, new mexico, Arizona, colorado and Utah. We went through Arizona, to the Valley and entered the Indian reservation. We were booked for a tour by a Navajo guide named Harry. We went in back of a four wheel drive ...16 seater ..open air with just roof on top. We had a ball ...magic ...
... over 8000 feet ...only to descend again ... Ears popping.
Just like on an airplane scenery down the aisles after it gets too much "..............my feet on the dashboard, pillow behind my head and fast asleep I go dreaming my life away ;)
love Love love St Clair tours ...