Friends are always asking where we’re traveling next. Several contemplate joining us somewhere on the road. A few actually plunge in and show up, ready to travel along with us.
Californians, Carolyn and Robert, joined us a few weeks ago at Canyon de Chelly National Monument and continued on to Canyonlands National Park with us. DeAnne and John drove west from Colorado to join us in Moab, Utah. We had grown from two of us to six to visit Arches National Park.
Another day, another hike, and on this outing we headed off to see just how many arches we could see. Everywhere we looked rock formations loomed, the snowy Lo Sal peaks glistened, and lizards scurried across the path.
The beauty of the park and the accessibility of so many arches within walking range defined a great travel destination. The time we all spent together was a true gift. We think we speak for our group of six when we tell you the trip was a great success.
Travelers might want to gather a few friends and make their own pilgrimage to the golden arches. It worked for six of us.
Sounds (and looks) like a wonderful visit. It’s good to see campgrounds that are comfortable, big, and scenic!
We love travelling with good friends. That cactus in flower is amazing.
We would love to visit and camp nearby someday. Loved reading about your trip, and enjoyed the photographs. What a place!
What a beautiful landscape.