Days Inn Moab
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The State of Tennessee, beautifully green, great music in Memphis, Nashville,
Knoxville, and Great Smoky Mountains and Blue Ridge Parkway.
Washington, D.C. White House tour, Arlington Cemetery, etc. Makes you proud to be
... days hiking through these amazing landscapes, mainly following predefined ranger trails and striking out with many litres of water to explore the wilderness. The geology of these parks is fascinating; massive forces have layered various rock strata to depths of kilometres before bedrock. From enormous depositions of sand, through lithification where the sand becomes compacted to form rock, to salt deposits ...
Stayed in Blanding, Utah for three nights, an unremarkable town, once rural and vibrant, now in some deterioration. But it was a reasonable base for us to go north for a day to Canyonlands and south to Bluff. Canyonlands was mostly driving and appreciating more outstanding scenery, Bluff gave us a couple of people stories. In the late 1870's the Mormon Church put out a call for settlers to open new territory ...
... photos than the ones we are uploading to this blog but we were only able at the moment to upload photos taken with the iPhone where we are limited due to storage space! Having spent more than eight hours in the park and walked about 15,000 steps we headed back to the hotel for a refreshing dip in the pool. Helen and Alex then had a nice dinner in the hotel restaurant while Mark and Tom enjoyed some free time and less exotic food in the ...
We arrived at Arches National Park too late to get a campsite in the park, but that was okay because Goose Island was perfect and the closest site to the entrance. After we set up camp we ventured out and took a 4 hour hike to the Double O arch. We started at 2:45 and got back at 6:15. ...