Travel Blogs from Moab
... our own wits to find the unit, which was tricky, but we eventually prevailed, not without some winding around the complex.
Great condo! Three bedrooms, two baths, LAUNDRY!!!, well-stocked kitchen, big common area, hot tub and a quick walk to the pool.
After dropping anchor here, we found a grocery store to stock up for the next two days. We’re all a bit tired of going out to eat for every single meal. Mark found a local ...
We made a new friend at this campground - a very cute stray dog. There were about 4 of them wondering about the park but one in particular was a total character and won our hearts for the night.
Another great campsite view and another peaceful night ending playing cards and drinking wine in the great outdoors.
Next... Moab and Arches National Park...
Wednesday 2nd July –
Arrived in Moab and set up the RV ...
Friday June 13, 2014
Today we headed 37 miles north to the "Canyonlands National Park", “Islands in the Sky District”. This is an area of the park that is a large high mesa that looks out over a tremendous vista of canyons and distant mountains. After leaving the visitors center we took a short walk across the parking lot to ...
On Tuesday, June 10th, we drove from Salt Lake City to Moab. On the way, in a random Utah road-side rest area, we ran into my friend’s mother, who lives in Portland but was traveling, too! What a crazy-small world! During the drive saw the most BEAUTIFUL landscapes, and took lots of photos. The Visitor’s Center in Moab had lots of helpful info. If you ever go to Moab, they can tell you ...
... of course,it was the home to agrarian Indians for 1300 years they made homes in the walls of the canyons one of which we visited after climbing 30 ladder ,it was amazing.
today travelled 200 miles went into Canyonlands National Park
tomorrow we go into Arches.
As you can see from photos having trouble controlling weight here!!
Love to all Dave ...