Canyonlands Motor Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We started the day with the intention of visiting all of the above mentioned sites. While we did make them all, we spent more time at canyonland so we sort of rushed the last two spots but we did get to see everything we had hoped to see.
Upon entering Canyonland the park ranger barely glanced at my senior pass. In fact I don't think she …
... and dead ending some impressive rock formations.
This area is known for having plenty of water, but is very susceptible to flash floods. As you drive the scenic road, the low points in the road are concrete to prevent getting washed out in a flash flood. During flash floods, red sand washes up on the roadway, and we had to be careful on the bike as several areas had a lot of sand in the road. There were lots of scenic views ...
... throat to get a scarf so we bought $1 head squares to use as a face mask, which did help, although we felt like Annie 'get your gun'We did the total of 339 miles today and did not need to look at a map! Tonight we stayed at Moab. There has been no time to load the photos onto the blog and I have had a problem with my iPad connection so you will get the next few all at once! I have been writing them on the coach so have been keeping up to date but unable to connect ...
... in heading south. Then we were in Arches at the same time, but in different areas, so missed each other again. Happy trails guys!
Our abode tonight is the Monticello Inn Motel in Monticello, Utah. Old style drive in motel, but updated furnishings. Very friendly orange cat here, tried to break into our room. Darned entitled kitties - what can you do?
Booking our first two nights in Taos, NM, where we’ll head off to tomorrow.
adios for ...
... sitting under a picnic table for shade because my tent turned into an oven at 7am. I wish I could just get out of here, but I don't think it's safe to bike 75 miles in the sun in my condition. What if I become too exhausted and need to stop for the day? I have no idea what the terrain is like other than there's elevation gain. I'm considering trying to hitch hike, but I doubt anyone will have room for my bike. I feel ...