Moab Utah has so many fun things to do that it is definitely one of those places we plan to return to one day. Besides visiting Arches and Canyonlands, and river rafting on the Colorado River, we also heard about a really awesome hike to Corona Arch. When I mentioned to Chris that I wanted to hike to this arch he said only if they would be serving Coronas once we got there. 😉 This hike is about 10 miles from Arches National Park. We met up with another Fulltime Family that joined us on this hike which made it even more fun!
Meet the Muller family. 4/5 of them anyway. Fin must have been running off ahead with our boys at this time. We loved hanging out with this family for the evening and hope to meet up with them again someday down the road.
What a beautiful arch!
Beautiful views looking back from the arch!
I thought this train track looked really cool coming through the rock. I wish we would have seen a train come through while we were there.
While we were in Moab we stayed at the OK RV Park. The sites at our campground were so close together! This is why we prefer to stay at state parks whenever possible. But while visiting Moab the choices are pretty much limited to RV parks with really tight sites like these (or boondocking).
The views were pretty though.
Speaking of boondocking, after the hike to Corona Arch the Muller family invited us to their campsite for dinner. They were boondocking at a really awesome spot. Boondocking (also known as dry camping) means they were camping at a spot with no water or electric hookups. We haven’t done that yet mainly because we don’t have a generator. I’m hoping we can get a generator sometime soon because from what I’ve seen you can stay in some really out of the way spots with amazing views. The picture below was taken from their campsite.
Wide open spaces in the wilderness like this would be nice, but I should mention there is a much higher chance of encountering wildlife like the rattlesnake the boys came across that night. The snake was right near Jake’s foot but thankfully only rattled to warn them to get away which they did. They came running and screaming back to the campsite. I thank God for watching over and protecting the boys that night!
I’m sorry I don’t have a picture of it. Chris went to look at it and since it was getting dark he needed a flashlight to see it. He called me over to check it out, which I did. It blended in really well with the sand. I’m surprised Jake didn’t step on it. Again, I thank God for protecting them!
Anyway, that about wraps up my posts from Utah. Two weeks, three national parks and lots of fun! Now on to some more adventures in Colorado. Cheers!