Arches National Park, 5.19.19

We arrived at our destination this morning and were met with a line of many other travellers waiting to enter the park. I am grateful that I purchased the Senior Park Pass! Being a senior citizen certainly has its perks!πŸ˜πŸ§“πŸ‘΅Once in the park we saw the most AMAZING, BREATHTAKING and PICTURESQUE views!! Postcard worthy; the following pix are a tease and do no justice to what we got to experience.

This place is AMAZING. A must see.

As we were driving down the highway toward Moab there were some beautiful cloud formations. Craig said that some of them reminded him of the opening of the Simpson’s. πŸ˜‚πŸ€£ Here are a couple he spied. What do you think?πŸ€”


Here is an interesting sight…Further down the highway we saw “A Hole in the Rock.”

Do you see that speck on the top right corner of the rock?

Look closely. A razor was up there! 😳

We drove through Moab and have deduced that Moab is an ATV, jeep and Razor city!! One can rent any of those vehicles, and there are an ABUNDANCE of trails to explore. The views spectacular as well.

It has been EXTREMELY WINDY since we left the Arches. Poor Shorty was being pushed to and fro!😳 It made me a bit nervous.πŸ˜– But then I remember that Craig is a retired professional package car driver and I have faith and confidence in his driving ability.😁

Sidebar: Now, I don’t frequent fast food places but I have heard that McDonald’s has good coffee from a few people. So, we stopped to grab a quick cup and I opted for the Vanilla Latte. OMG😳 I am a fan. β˜•πŸ‘

Snow capped mountains have become a familiar site for almost the duration of our journey. They are quite beautiful. The weather these last several days has been in the 50’s and 40’s but the landscape has been so phenomenal that we can overlook the temperature, providing we are warm, cozy and snung with Shorty.πŸ‘

Sidebar: I wave πŸ™‹β€β™€οΈ at other RVers. 😁 Just sayin’. Craig used to look at me and shake his head.πŸ˜‚πŸ€£ It doesn’t phase him anymore.😚 Most wave back.πŸ–

We have passed many sleepy little towns on this journey; some coastal, some mountain, some farmland. We have noticed a common thread, “Family Dollar” stores are in many of these little towns. Just an observation.

This is one of my FAVORITE pix from our journey so far, Shorty basking in the moonlight.

It’s raining 🌧again. Good night.😴

2 thoughts on “Arches National Park, 5.19.19

  1. Mrs. Green:
    I’ve been following your posts since you noted them on the Winnebago VIEW – NAVION RVers Facebook site, and just wanted to let you know that I’ve enjoyed your writings and adventures. You and Craig seem to be a wonderful, loving and adventurous couple. God bless you and your family, and continue enjoying safe travels!!!
    Best regards,
    Don and Sharon Boucher


    1. Thank you so much for reading and your kind comments. This blog actually started for family and friends to follow along amd has expanded. It brings me joy knowing that someone is enjoying it! 😁We r both retired and enjoying life.
      Blessings to you both.


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