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The Delicate Arch, a natural arch near Moab, Utah

The Delicate Arch, a natural arch near Moab, Utah (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The intent was to blog each night. The idea was to share the experiences in Utah with everyone. The days became long. The hikes far more tiring than anticipated. Here now lies the last night, beer in glass.

While I am sipping on a 4-Play Porter from Shared of Pale Brewing Company and a video is being exported from iMovie of scenes shot at Canyonlands National Park, the time has come to finally updated the readers of where we are. This whirlwind tour of Utah started with beer and it will the same way.

The first day saw us at Park City, where beer was consumed at the Olympic Park and the No Name Saloon. A panoramic video was shot at the top of the town lift near the old silver mine (King Silver Mine). The area was beautiful and it was warm. Flies abounded. In the late afternoon it rained and that is when we ate at the No Name Saloon. The Buffalo cheeseburger was great.

Mid-tour found us in Cedar City and enjoying Zion National Park. It is quite interesting how little English was heard amongst the visitors. The two most popular languages were German and French. I didn’t get to speak to many. But it was fun trying to remember the vocabulary to attempt at understanding.

This last night we went to Arches National Park to see the stars. This park is open all day. A quite drive out of Moab and we are there. Pull over. Let our eyes adjust. Oh my. I took some long exposures with my Nikon D7000. I’ll post some results.

The beer is nearly gone. It is a LONG day tomorrow making our way to North Carolina.

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