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Na het ontbijt in Moab met lekkere Starbuckkoffie vertrokken we richting Bicknell. We hadden ondertussen 2250 km afgelegd en vandaag deden we er 264 bovenop.
Iets ten noorden van Moab veranderde het landschap opnieuw. Eerst glooiend met lichtgeelgroene heuvels en dan een mengeling van kale hoge rotsen met lagen van geel, groen en rood. < …
... the 'Rodeway Inn' sign. It is in the middle of nowhere. The nearest amenities are 18 miles further on! It did have freezer meals for sale (with a microwave in the rooms, as in all our other hotels too) and noodles in a cup which we bought as we still had the mixed berry pie.
We have been amazed by the size of the RVs in the area. Many are hired but those privately owned are almost the size of large buses or even longer & they tow their cars at the back as well.
... predators are out here to leave those big bones. My comfort is that I'm near a road, and I'm hoping that keeps most big animals away. The bones were old and dry too. This is the kind of stuff that stressed me out when I first decided to do this trip solo. I'm sure I'll be fine though. I brought a harmonica and a jaw harp to learn during downtimes of the trip. I'm going to lay down and toot around a little. Maybe my fumblings will annoy and scare off any ...
... a relatively short canyon (shorter than any of the previous canyons I had visited this trip), so we didn’t spend a lot of time climbing there. As we started to turn back, we noticed a small bird nest perched on the canyon wall, and then we noticed a small tiny just born baby bird wiggling in there. We were careful not to disturb, but took several photos before heading back out.
The temperatures were nice, with a fair amount of clouds in ...
... at night) last time I was here, but I have no way of knowing for sure. If it is the same road though, I'm kind of glad I didn't know where we were driving because it was pretty intimidating WITHOUT snow and ice and total dark. :-D It is also probably the most spectacular bit of road I've ever been down.
I have NO photos of the good bits. None. There is NOWHERE to stop and take them, and no "scenic pull-outs" because there is ...