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... go on search for food for snacks and dinner. We head out to a supermarket and then leg it straight to the park again for a late afternoon sightseeing.
We drive to the furtherest point called the “Delicate Arch”, which was supposed to be the largest Arch and the most well known. It is the one that is featured on all the Utah number plates, so we figure it would be one to see at sunset for sure. We take a look as we get out of the car at the front of ...
... scared some nearby visitors somewhat (clean undies anyone?).
So this was pretty much our journey through red rock country. Spectacular and most of the time the temperature was closer to 30 degrees C (+ or -).
Next stop - Salt Lake City.
We have found a new term in the States - 'primitive'. Gravel roads tend to be labelled 'primitive road. Camping with out facilities is 'primitive camping"
... Having explored Arches NP to its full we decided to check out the surrounding area by car in the comfort of Vince's air conditioned cabin! One afternoon we realised that Moab was so close to the Colorado border that why not 'pop in' and add another State to our list? So we did! Passing the La Sal Mountains on our left, within 35 minutes we were at the Colorado State ...
... on their belly into what appear to be caves or low arches and then shimmy down long expanses of narrow canyons with their backs against one wall and their legs on the other. I am just thankful when she checked, they were all booked up!
Our final hike of the day is “The Windows”. This is an Easy 1 mile trail taking us to the North and South Windows as well as Turret Arch. By this point in the day it is now just over 90 degrees. We elect to wrap up ...
... it's paradise, hidden behind a veil of desolation. Unique is an understatement. You wake to a fascinating new scene with every blink of the eye. Mile after mile of unforgiving desert canyons, cliffs, and plateaus, with a sparse sprinkling of little emerald and lime green valleys, nestled along clear flowing creeks. Above all, the night skies here are clearer and brighter than anywhere else in the lower 48. We were anxious to ...