Silver Sage Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSilver Sage Inn Moab
Right on Main St but if you get a back room it's very quiet. Clean compact rooms. Good air con. Wifi.
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... it's silent. I don't think I have been anywhere this quiet in a long time. Sadly time, or more accurately, the setting sun was against me so I returned to the car and drove back towards Moab, stopping a few times en route. Most of the stops I made were lookouts, each offering a slightly different perspective of canyon, and an even greater appreciation for it's size. My last stop was at Mesa Arch, here I followed a trail to a natural Bridge, perched precariously on the ...
... too bad since we will have been on the road for a week tomorrow!
We have another long day of driving tomorrow so we are headed to bed. As usual, pictures are below.
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Paige and Karin
... and waiting. I needed to call ahead to Wright's Motorcycles in Salt Lake City to arrange some tyres for tomorrow, The others elected to continue on to Moab via a slightly longer route than the more direct one laid out in the roadbook, but once I'd made the necessary arrangements I set off by myself on the 191 via the small town of Bluff for Moab, a distance of 200 miles.
The rain had stopped but ...
Today we had all day to spend in Arches National Park. We spent that time hiking in the Devil's Garden area of Arches. This hiking includes plenty of opportunity to climb on rocks, if that is what you like to do. The hike itself includes several natural arches, some of which are huge and all of them are interesting.
Overnight, there were some storms in the area and this resulted in flash flood warnings in the area, so we had to check with the park rangers ...
... s license doesn't lie does it? We depart after two nights of camping in a nice RV park which is, like most RV parks, too close to the highway and too noisy for our tastes. We leave busy Moab and the parks behind just ahead of a major Jeep rally starting tomorrow. We now look forward to quieter times over next couple months as we wend our way north then west arriving back to our original departure location in California next week. More on that ...