Motel 6 Moab
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
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No photos today as we were on the water all day, but purchased waterproof cameras so hopefully will have some photos to remember when processed. Picked up by Moab Advetures and taken to their office downtown to be kitted out with life jackets. We jumped on the bus which took us 45 minutes to their launch site on the Colorado river. Our guides were Stephanie and Stu - Stu from the Isle of Mull!! The inflatable rafts seated 10 and ...
... After lunch we walked out a mile or so to White Rim overlook. The canyons visible from this point have a white rim of rock made from compressed salt. By now we were running behind schedule and returned to the hotel at Moab to prepare for our trip back into the Arches National Park at 5 pm in just 45 minutes time. Back in the Arches Park we climbed the 1.5 mile trail to ...
... right at the junction of two highways. Not many campgrounds in the area and a couple of large caravans had taken up most of the sites. However, when Jeff called for reservations and talked with owner/manager Tracey, after some juggling he got us in side by side. The conversation ended with Tracey saying "Thanks for calling, I am the owner and am sure looking forward to you staying here." Not a greeting we had ever heard before. ...
... is more hiking to it… there is definitely no way they marked this out right as 2.4km. We finally get to the Arch and it is well worth it. Amazing that something like this exists from all the weather conditions eroding away the rock. There are so many people up there, who must have hiked up with camping chairs and an eski with food, as they were all obviously waiting for a sunset viewing also.
We wait around for half an hour and laugh at all the people ...
... he thought he was the Horse Whisperer after being on one earlier. Sure enough, he eventually got close enough to pet one. The others just "moseyed" off. Notice how I used a cowboy word in that last sentence!
After we left the park, we went to Natural Bridges National Park. The drive turned out to be very interesting. I’ve been using Google maps on my phone for everything unless I don’t ...