Days Inn Moab
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... pictographs which are painted on using mineral pigments or animal dyes. Like Lascaux the primitive drawings of bighorn sheep, other animals like horses and centipedes put one in touch with another era and civilisation. I found the hand prints very emotive and also enjoyed seeing the bear with hunters at its nose and back. There was also a line of what looked like paper doll cut outs and other human like shapes or perhaps Gods or representations of them. ...
... any grass and the pet walking area is a fenced in piece of dirt with fake fire hydrants in them. When you have 2 Golden Retrievers who are used to peeing on grass, it makes it difficult.
On the other hand it has cable and a great wi-fi service. After we settled in, we went into Moab and got a pizza and beer and a few groceries.
We plan on staying here at least 2 days while we explore the Arches National Park and Canyonlands National ...
... this was just the beginning of the two mile round trip trail. As we walked, rocky outcrops presented themselves, just calling out to be clambered on for stomach-lurching photo opportunities. The sky was a blazing blue and the walk was flat enough to be a pleasant time to chat to one another as we walked.
When we reached the end of the trail, it was spell-binding. The edge of the path simply dropped away into a vast chasm below. In the distance, monoliths were rising from ...
... top, to take care because snakes, scorpions etc. would possibly be in the little crevices we were using as hand holds.
Onwards to North and South windows arch that are called The Glasses and took the unmade route back to the car- a bit of scrambling. Balancing Rock, Fiery Furnace, Devils Garden and Pin Reee Arch where Ruth and Tom "pined" for home.
By this time it was 12ish and the heat of the day had kicked in. We brought about ...
... out a nice spot to watch sunset. It was a bit of a zoo up there as everyone wanted to pose for pictures under the arch, which made taking photos VERY difficult, but I think I got a few that will be passable.
After the sun had completely set, we all hiked out together as a family towards the car. It turns out that on the way up, D and the girls had missed a turn and ended up traversing a long stretch of exposed ...