Travel Blogs from Moab
... because they are much worse than the pictures show. Coming off I met a guy with his family in an Accent. Stopped him and told him not to try it. Not sure if he listened, but I will guarantee when he gets to the first switchback on mining land he will take his whole exhaust off. He thought this was a short cut to the Canyonlands Campground.
So here are the pictures and my comments on an adventure of a lifetime. I so loved ...
... for the yoghurt. Didn't have a spoon, so had to use fingers, however I then dropped a load on the seat between my legs, so not wanting to give the rental company an impression that I'd shat myself attempted to clean this whilst still driving.
My attention was then pretty much down on the yoghurt stain, rather than on the road however was still cruising at about 60, when looked up to see a massive **** off cow staring into the headlights! Was probably about 20 feet ...
Today was a long travel day from Jackson to Moab, UT. We started out with sticky buns that we ate on the run. We stopped for lunch at a rest stop where they had picnic tables inside of a building that was made to look like a train station. It was neat because there was a long train that did go right by the rest stop ...
... br> Once we finished getting pictures of Landscape Arch, we turned around and headed back out on the same trail. At this point, the sun was beginning to set, and the few clouds in the sky turned a light shade of pink. I love the way the shadows and light play over the red rocks, both close-by and far in the distance. As we walked out, we saw a few bats darting around over our heads catching bugs. We also saw a rabbit on the trail. Near the start of ...
... is to be greeted in such a manner. Mike ran the dishes down to the restroom facilities and the children and I cleaned and vacuumed. Then we gathered outside for another spectacular sunset. Sunsets in the desert under these wide open skies are always a great show. Especially through all the bent and twisted low lying trees. This is the gift after a hard day hiking. We were running low on water but we let the children quickly rinse off. A splash of ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed