Livable Cities Newsletter #1 - November 1-15, 2005
Saturday, November 5, 2005
Moab has around 6,500 residents (2004), numerous lodging and eating options, and a wonderland of high desert activities, including easy access to Arches and Canyonlands national parks, the Colorado River, the world famous Slick Rock Trail, and the La Sal Mountains.
On this day I head south from Moab to Blanding, Butler Wash Ruins, and Natural Bridges
Check out Red Rock Lodge - Moab, Utah
Hang at coffeeshop and computerize myslife
Meander south towards Monticello & Blanding...
Todays Music: Bill Monroe, Can, Lucinda Williams
Wilson Arch, Utah
Ooooh...what's that...details: Click HERE
Recapture Lake Recreation Area
Got it's name when a man offered to send in a few boxes of books if they'd change the name of the town to his wife's maiden name. The town agreed and received the books for their library.
Edge of the Cedars State Park and Museum
660 West 400 North - Blanding, Utah 84511 - 435 678-2238
This Museum features the largest public display of prehistoric Puebloan pottery in the four corners region, plus a ancient Puebloan (Anasazi) village, and other Native American artifacts.
Butler Wash Ruins
Just West of Blanding on Hwy. 95
Cliff Dwellings from around 1200 AD
Absolutely Spectacular...how'd they get there? Laddars &/or Ropes.
Mule Canyon Indian Ruins
Sunset from Natural Bridges National Monument
Evening beer: Unibrou Frigante & a can of Hopluia
a:) Next Day...yeah...great choice...Wahoo!! This is the right choice..hint...hint :) A nudge is as good as a nod to a blind man..wink, wink!!
NEXT LEG OF THE JOURNEY: Natural Bridges, Halls Crossing ferry, Bullfrog
b:) Amsterdam Photos
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