That's what we've been doing and we're all enjoying the slower pace. Lewis and Sasha are really loving the large, grassy off leash dog area here. She can "doot around" to her hearts content and Lew gets to play ball as much as he wants.
|looking across the Colorado River from the Potash Road|
our campground is at the base of the lower mesa
Most of our exploration so far has been auto hiking because its been very windy. When its very windy, its very dusty and that makes auto hiking a much nicer option.
Today we began our exploration at the pedestrian bridge over the Colorado River, part of the Moab Canyon Pathway, at the intersection of route 191 and scenic route 128.
|the bridge supports a number of great rock and metal sculptures|
We didn't stay outside long and soon were back in the jeep tracing path of the Colorado River along route 128 north.
|driving north on rt. 128 sandwiched between sheer cliffs|
and the river
|sharp bend in the river at Rocky Rapids|
|Fisher Towers from rt. 128|
|closer look from the trail|
|the river continues on in the distance|
We got back to Beluga at happy hour but couldn't sit outside in the beautiful sun to enjoy our G&T's because our puff corn snacks kept blowing right out of the bowl! We decided to have dinner with John and Pam across the street at the Sunset Grill. My prime rib was just ok, but the views were worth the price!
|Sunset Grill high above our rv resort,|
field of deer below.......