Pack Creek Ranch
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... 160;There was 9 of us which included 2 couples from Chicago - what had they let themselves in for. The water was calm most of the time with 4 or 5 Rapids on route. Stu was great fun and encouraged us to jump in and float feet first down one rapid and and swim whenever we wanted, especially for the "smile" comfort break. josh and he vied for the best acrobatic stunts off the front of the boat and josh took great pleasure ...
... to watch the sun set on the arch and surrounding rocks. In fact there had been very little sun during the day but extraordinarily the sun appeared about half an hour before sunset illuminating the arch and casting shadows towards towards and around the arch. We watched the colour changes for a while and then set off back down the hill in order to get down whilst it was still fairly ...
... delivered. Probably 40, looked 30, small, wiry, bit of a drawl, sat on his haunches when he stopped by to chat (you just knew his horse was tethered right around the corner), grew up Mormon in that country, the religious part of his life wasn't strong enough for him to do his two or three year mission overseas but he was very supportive of his 19 yr old son who was away at this time, loved to play with Duke and in a couple ...
... have beat them and had the arch to ourselves but instead we have a bunch of pictures with throngs of Chinese tourists in the background! When we got back to the car we finished off driving around the rest of Arches. Then in the midday sun we headed into town to cool off, have lunch and get some groceries. By the time we got back to the campsite we were all ready for a swim in the Colorado River again. Then we headed out to Canyonlands National Park and toured around there until the sun ...
... the place, played in the red sand, watched huge black beetles, climbed over rocks and pointed out the plants and cactus there. They ran through the trails and exclaimed over the different formations calling out things they saw in the rocks. Whales! Hippos! Baymax's fist! We all had fun and wished we had given ourselves more time to explore. That is the thing about this trip at times we are good at planning out how long, what ...