Moab Rocks!

P1060803After our day at Capitol Reef we traveled to Arches National Park, only to find the campground full. The timing of our visit coincides with the annual Jeep safari, and Moab is crawling with Jeeps! We ended up at a KOA with full hookups and a nice view of the surrounding rocks.

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We hiked in Arches on two days, then traveled to Canyonlands National Park. Both are right here in Moab, and the town itself is pretty cool, too.  The entire area is scenic and enjoyable. Not only have we hiked, but we have watched the rock climbers and the jeeps, all very interesting. I will let the pictures speak for themselves!

Jeeps in campground

Jeeps in campground

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We  are moving tomorrow, headed for Nevada and California, so I don’t  know if I will be able to access the internet for a few days. Will post when I can, thanks for reading.

View at Canyonlands NP

View at Canyonlands NP

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9 thoughts on “Moab Rocks!

    1. Ramblin' Rose Post author

      We did not end up doing any real hiking in Canyonlands as we had our dog with us and it was too warm to leave him in the vehicle. But there is lots of hiking to be done! Thanks for reading our blog.

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  1. Susie

    Hi Charlie, Sara, and WB. Finally got my new computer and was able to catch up on Ramblin’ Rose. Thoroughly enjoyed the breathtaking photos (still amazed that Charlie is responsible for them – are you sure it’s not Wolly) and the very interesting and informative narrative. I think you should contact Nat Geo when you get home. Could be a new career for both of you! Glad you’re having such a great adventure and sharing with all of us.

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    1. Ramblin' Rose Post author

      Hi Susie! Glad your computer woes have been cured. Charlie and WB say “hi”! We are currently spending Easter weekend in Sequoia National Park. The blog got a bit behind because of lack of internet, will update it tomorrow. Have a happy Easter!

      Sent from my iPad

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