Arches National Park

Photos from Arches National Park

Our last day in Utah, we decided that we would go ahead and venture into Arches National Park. We had visited it last year, but Tanya’s storage drive failed and she lost a significant number of the photos she took. Since there was a threat or rain, the clouds were moving in; and while clouds can add an interesting perspective to photos, they also dampen the bright colors that might otherwise be available. Tanya said she just wanted to drive to the first arch, then we could leave. About three hours later we decided we really should head out before it started raining.

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Road Trip Day Four Photos

Road Trip Photos, Day Four
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Green River, UT to Cortez, CO

Started off the day in one of Butch Cassidy’s old haunts, Green River, UT. We then headed over to Moab and Arches National Park. Beautiful place, and very photogenic. After several hours there we decided to head to CO. On the way we found a turnoff for Canyonlands National Park. I had never heard of it before, but I have an annual pass for all the national parks, so a detour was made. Definitely looked like Indian country. Majestic. We ended up in Cortez, CO and had a great meal at the Main Street Brewery. If ever in Cortez, you owe it to yourself to pay them a visit. Tell Rudy, baddog sent you. I will be writing more about them later.
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Arches National Park

Four national parks in two and a half days. I do not know how to describe Arches National Park without sounding like the same thing I have thought about the others Tanya and I have visited lately. I have a new found respect for Utah. Day 105 of Project 365.

Buddy and baddog

Buddy and baddog

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