Moab, Utah

Trip Day Twenty-eight: Sunday, July 9, 2000

Lots of trees planted along the streets of Moab were full of these blooms.

Moab is a nice place to stay. A lot of accommodations are these and it has become a sort of artists colony. A lot of the shops along Main Street display and sell their wares.

We had intended to visit Canyonlands National Park, and thought it would be fun to take a jet boat ride on the river, but on day twenty-eight, it was time to head for home.

Chinese Lanterns?

Wilson Arch On US-191 South of Moab.

We spent the night in Moab, and the next morning saw this beautiful arch beside the road. Just because we want to get home, it doesn't mean we have to quit sighseeing. Mesa Verde National Park in Southwestern Colorado is next.

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