Mokee Motel

Address: Corner of 5th West, Highway 191, Bluff, Utah, 84512, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on Corner of 5th West, Highway 191, Bluff, is near Comb Ridge and Twin Rocks Trading Post.
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      A travel blog entry by batttravels on Dec 23, 2014

      5 comments, 96 photos

      ... after our granddaughter (12/7) and daughters (12/9) birthdays). We
      also wanted to spend some time with Kathy (she has cancer) and Greg, Rusty’s
      sister and brother-in-law in Santa Cruz (12/1&2). Tuesday, we were on our
      way home from their house and got a phone call that Rusty’s mom fell and was in
      the hospital in coma. He had just talked to her a couple of hours before. We
      got home and got him a flight to Omaha NE the next day (now ...

      Monument Valley and Grand Canyon

      A travel blog entry by millsontour on Jul 18, 2014

      21 photos

      ... of the Grand Canyon is about 200 miles of contrasting desert and alpine like high pastures that require huge changes in altitude. The poor car was working hard. With some relief we arrived at the Rangers Hut and were reassured we were in the right place. "Drive into a dead end sir and you're there." (No humour about dead and edges of cliff intended!)

      The final approach was awesome. The landscape changed to lush lush meadow and Tom ...

      Four Corners = 500 Push Ups

      A travel blog entry by alicoad on Jul 06, 2014

      12 photos

      ... being where we were. Photoshoot in the road. We ran into Kim and her group again. Me, Jamie, Kim, Leash, Red, Katie and Jordan took some nice photos. And twelve miles later...Lunch. Which was at the Four Corners. We had the option to bypass the four corners and lunch at this spot because it was about twelve miles away. I'm very glad we didn't do that; I don't think I'll ever go to the four corners again, I don't see why I'd need to, but it was ...

      Navajo National Monument

      A travel blog entry by wright2 on Jun 07, 2014

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... hike into the canyon guided by a ranger twice daily. We were not fortunate enough to arrive early enough in the day to take one of the guided tours, so we had to settle for a view of the buildings from an overlook across the canyon. To reach the overlook we had to hike .75 miles downhill to the overlook, and then return .75 uphill to the visitor’s center. It was a considerable distance across the canyon to the ruins and we could not make out ...

      Beautiful and Exciting Day

      A travel blog entry by wright2 on Jun 06, 2014

      1 comment, 21 photos

      ... other two natural bridges, but they were way beyond what we could do. Next we headed south on UT Hwy 261 through extremely desolate terrain, most of which was on top of the mesa. Upon reaching the edge of the mesa we encountered 3 miles of severe grades and switchbacks down the mountain side; the 2 lane blacktop road turned into one wide gravel lane descending the mountain with steep walls on the uphill side but without guardrails on the outside, where ...