Silver Sage Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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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... were scolded by the Ranger and quite a few hikers for not following her instructions at one point. My favorite was Sally Rucker whose husband was a bit dour and bossy. She being his opposite was hilarious and at one point after crawling through a very tight arch on her belly (this was optional) she did a little booty dance to celebrate her success. There was a very fit ...
... is, messed around till he got it working. It still needed a few hours of charging so we decided the best place to wait that out was the Moab Brewery!! When we got back to the camper the battery had a good charge and we made our way back up to the campground. Another big thunderstorm had blown through the campground while we were in town. Things had cooled off and with our battery working and the fan running we finally had a great night's ...
... and I am just chilling out and relaxing. Ordering in pizza and calling it a trip... A fantastic trip and time with my boys and Josh that I will never forget or stop being thankful for. I do know how previous this was, and I know these two weeks will always mean so much to me. PS. Josh was a warrior with that RV.. Doing eighty percent of the driving. I drove on the rides between places but he did all the driving in parks and towns, like ...
... The drive to Canyonlands was to take about 40 minutes each way. Fortunately, it was all beautiful scenery, and just stops at view points along the way, no real hiking. Good thing, as we would have probably turned into oil slicks if we had stayed out too long.
Our first stop was, of course, the Visitor’s Center for the map. The ranger showed Mark four major stops for the best views. So we started at the end of the ...
... I was only wearing a thin, short-sleeved shirt. Unfortunately my stuff was locked in the vehicle and Steve, who was still asleep in his tent, had the keys. Tanya had most of her stuff in the tent with us so she handed me a long-sleeve sun shirt to wear until I could access my clothes – it was identical to the long-sleeve sun-shirt I had brought on the trip with a unique, complex blue-green tie-died pattern. “Oh, how did you end up with my shirt in your bag?” I ...