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... sausages with fixens.
After lunch, we returned to the back of the boat. It was a warm and pleasant day for our fun day on the river.
(Earlier in the day, we saw a couple of "base jumpers descending towards the river bed. Then we saw them get into a helicopter and fly off. We are guessing the heli dropped them on the mt and they jumped down off the mountain and parachuted down to the ...
... 500 feet with varying scenery of Alpine Tundra, the neighbouring peaks, shimmering golden mountain sides of quaking Aspen and Pine trees and various valleys and rivers. It was very beautiful - but in parts the cloud was so thick you couldn't see off the side of the road.
We saw quite a few Elks, both male and female by the side of the road. But best of all was when we wheeled into our hotel carpark a herd of Elk were calmly wandering through the carpark! ...
... had stalls set up at some of the vantage points with very nice handmade jewellery etc.
It was very dusty (red), and we got our share of it in the back of the trucks, soft vinyl seats set up in bus formation for about 18 persons. The driver gave commentary over a speaker from the cab plus a few jokes.
Back to a Hogan to see a indian lady spin wool by hand, grind corn and do hair with ...
... have a perfectly lovely Mexican meal at Miguel's Mexican Grill.
The backstory to our Moab stay was the weather. Mostly cloudy with a lot of thunderstorms thrown in. We felt like we were rushing around trying to beat this storm or that, chasing patches of elusive sun and blue sky. There was the full moon Ranger led hike at the Windows arch that didn't take place due to ...
... never stop. The sky had turned black instantly and lightning bolts illuminated the sky. As we drove back towards the campsite, we got to experience this barren land in a way that most travellers never get to see. The rocks turned from red to almost black as the rain bounced off them and soaked into the stone. Waterfalls carved their own rivulets into the rocks, cascading down from the tops of the rocks into the desert. Ranging from a gentle spray washing over ...
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