Moab, Colorado River, Route 128
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As I said in my prior, this ride through the canyon along the
Turned off at the dirt track that goes into the
Came back to the main road and a few miles down took another dirt track which was called Onion Creek.
Finally, I had enough and found a small area where I could park and have some lunch. The cliffs here were colored gray blue which was quite unusual as everything else was red sandstone. Wish I knew more about geology. The sky was turning very cloudy and it was looking like rain so I decided to get out of this canyon because I had seen signs of water higher than the road bed and knew that flash floods were certainly a possibility if the mountains behind me got hit with some heavy rain. A nice day and I planned to return to finish exploring this area.
Some Onion Creek pictures are posted in the previous entry.
Summary: Elk Rv Parks: 55; Escapee RV parks: 26; Public RV Parks 53; National Parks: 65; Ships: 17; Forts: 30
Expenses: 50 months on the road with an average of $1969/month