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... on the heel, and was coming apart on the toe as well. So something we’ll need to get replaced sooner than later (probably in SLC on the drive up to the Tetons in a few days). We left the park just before sunset, drove back to town, and had dinner at Pasta Jay’s, a nice Italian place near the hotel. D and I really enjoyed our meals, but the kids thought theirs was too spicy…
... artists meaning to appreciate the art itself. A little further along we spotted a sign to the “Jug Handle Arch” so we pulled into a parking area; and immediately saw a dirt road leading off in the direction that the arrow on the sign had pointed, this was a one lane rocky primitive road. But we thought it would be ok as it leads to the arch. After several miles and the condition of the road worsening to the point of needing a ...
... is known for.
At about 6pm we headed back out to the Arches NP again so Ron could do the walk up to Delicate Arch (a 3-mile return walk) and hopefully get some sunset pics. The clouds were breaking up a little, so there was some hope.
The walk from the car park crossed the creek, past the old hut used by the original family to settle here. From there the walking track followed the valley for a very short while then climbed up over ...
... that was reflecting off every canyon in site.
Day 3 on the river got hot and called for more IKing and a few dips in the freezing river. Thanks to Joe and Keri we towed a inflatable kayak behind us that we could take turns cruzing around when the time was right. Our final camp site wasn't our favorite but we dug the games out of the bottom of the dry sacks and ...
... Getting an earlish night to get ready for biking the next day.
The next day at 9am I fetched my bike which was full suspension and a setup probably worth about $3000, I was pointed in the direction of the Klondike Bluff Trail area. After initially riding up the wrong route I hit the first trail, Dino-Flow, from the North Carpark. This was a good warm up, being relatively up and down but no long downhill sections or uphill sections. After completing this I ...
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