Canyonlands Motor Inn
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... 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 ...
... realized we were looking at the Cliff Palace but from the wrong side of the canyon .... Navigator went into panic mode .... Lol
The Cliff Palace was the most intact of the ruins ... so fascinating ...
The Pueblo American Indians lived in communitIes with as many as 300 people living in one dwelling. Trying to imagine how these people would have lived and ...
... years old kiva, a circular room used for ceremonies.
We stayed in a private park just two miles south of Blanding that had full hookups. We needed to do laundry, fill up with water and get the internet. Pretty campground and I reviewed it below.
Friday – May 10 – Blue Mountain RV Park, Blanding, Utah. This park is located just south of Blanding, Utah on route ...
... to cut across my lane and force me into the curb when two lanes merge to one and everyone is zippering politely together is worthy of it – the boy-band nonce case driving looked like he wanted to stop and ask why I was honking him – if he had any cojones I could have explained the basic principles of an orderly merge (whilst banging his over-coiffured head in the driver’s door. Hahahahaha – what a nobber!
... was hard to be able to really explore it. Arches National Park was fantastic to drive through and we shot some video and took some pictures, I was also watching people in their air conditioned cars with a fair amount of envy also at this time. We actually took our shirts off in the toilets and soaked them in the sink before putting them back on and I kid you not they were bone dry again in 10 minutes.
We then decided ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Free parking
- Pets allowed