Work Day in Moab

Just a quickie today.

Connie had work to do so she ended up working 8 hours on scheduling her students. Meanwhile…Neil did laundry, balanced our checkbooks, went on a bike ride, bleached himself in the hot tub, and picked out a couple of campsites for our departure from Moab on Monday. We gave up on going across the I-70 pass to Denver due to the likelihood of snow and chains required conditions and instead will make a 2 day transit to Sante Fe NM with an overnight stop in Durango CO. We’ll spend a day in Sante Fe then transit to Amarillo TX where we’ll stay another day. Then it’s a 2 day transit to Junction City KS with an overnight stop in Dodge City. We picked out some decent parks and will likely have a nice evening out in Sante Fe and in Amarillo.

We just grazed for lunch along with leftover baked beans from last night. Dinner was some cheese tortellini with caramelized onions, chopped up leftover chicken from last night, and Italian mix spices along with a glass of red wine. As we sat down to dinner Connie looked out our rear window at our view and saw the sunset on the ridge. Neil ran out and grabbed a quick shot so I would have something for the blog for today.

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Pretty decent view, eh?

Tomorrow we’re off for a last few arches and hikes at Arches NP then home for the ball game. Sunday will be Mass and then I think we’ll just take a drive up the Colorado River since there’s a road along it and there’s a picnic area at the other end.

Cyas.

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About Gunther

The full time RV travels and experiences of Gunther the Bear and Kara the Dog…along with their human staff neil and Connie.
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