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TripAdvisor Reviews Rustic Inn Moab
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... of stars. It was very liberating. I brushed my teeth and put on semi-clean clothes (I've been doing the smell test for the past few days to decide if they are clean or not lol). We found a map of a few local campgrounds and started heading towards them. At the first one we ran into another guy named Matt who told us about a brewery in town and we were famished, so it was decided we would forgo sleeping arrangements for the moment and satisfy our itching ...
It was a difficult slumber last night; with so many people in one confined space, there was lots of movement in the night. At around 2am, it really started to pour, and the rain did get past our weatherproof shelter but fortunately it only rained into sleeping bags and rucksacks and most of our heads remained dry. One girl did get a mini deluge, but a quick shuffle around and she was able to go back to sleep.
The early morning noises from camp woke us, ...
... we arrived at Monument Valley around 6am, thirty minutes before sunrise.
As we waited for Darren to arrive we took some pictures, and enjoyed the magic of the scenery. The sky started to change colour and there was a faint hint of the rising sun on the horizon; but where was Darren, he said he’d be here by 6:15am and it was now nearer 6:30am. Maybe we should’ve paid that deposit!
As we started to wonder whether our efforts to get ...
... in a river) between 2 tall canyon walls. Day 25-Beautiful drive from Zion to Bryce Canyon National Park. We both went on a run (Kurt ran 9 or 10 and I ran like 4 or 5 miles). Day 26-Watched the sunrise at Bryce Point, hiked on the Navajo Trail, and decided to run the Bryce Canyon Half Marathon tomorrow, so we went and registered. Day 27-RACE DAY. The course was exciting and cool (until the sun came up). I finished 11 minutes before the ...
... some scenic viewpoints and coming to the end of the road at Rainbow Bridge and Point. We say mistakenly as we thought we were going in the direction to leave the park. Our mistake, and at least we got to see parts of the park that we could via Old Blue.
So we traveled back North on 12, then North on 89 to eventually hit Highway 70. Highway 89 was also listed as a Scenic Byway, but not nearly as scenic (in our opinion) as what we ...