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... of our red wine we wandered the Film Museum that included locations and stories of the films made at Red Cliffs. Cameron has enjoyed watching lots of old Westerns with his Grandad in Scotland so he was captivated. I liked the story of how they shot the last scene in Thelma & Louise (car shooting over the ridge) which was very close to our hotel.
We were very excited to get to Arches National Park - it was spectacular and very very hot. ...
... as we watched it glide away from us, knowing we had just experienced something few people get to see, and only centimetres away from our van.
The journey continued on through flat scenery, edged by mountains on either side. It was vastly different to the vivid red stone of the previous few days, and was more reminiscent of the Welsh borders. This area of the USA really is a land of contrasts and we have traversed diverse scenery in just a few days. However, ...
... d taken part in the automotive equivalent of the tough mudder.
We arrived back at the visitors centre, settled the bill, grabbed some cold drinks and headed off towards Moab. After a few hours driving, and seeing that there was very little between Blanding and Moab, we made the tactical decision to stop for lunch. Initially it looked like the population of Blanding weren’t partial to take-out food, however after a quick turnaround we managed to ...
... old looking at their unique formations. We were going to get groceries for dinner and josh and I decided, the heck with it, eating out the last two nights so we went to Moab Brewery... Good choice. Chris did his banana biking and went in the pool with Josh. Tom and Josh played pool. I tried to stay cool. Tommy sat with me for a while as I drove. We had a great conversation. Two things I learned on this trip. One, our country ...
... d like to knock on the door and ask if we could harvest some, the tree is so laden with ripe fruit. But we haven’t seen anyone there, so we just keep walking.
Lunch was quick and casual. More downtime, with the kids on their computers, Mark catching a Cardinal’s game, Cheryl blogging and reading.
Around 4:00 we were ready to head out again. It was blazing hot, and we let Old Blue cool down a bit before we ...
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