This morning was a farewell to Moab and the area. We are glad we visited here, even though our time was limited. There is plenty more to see and do here. We were able to visit 2 of the several great National Parks, and we will return for more. The history and culture and geology are fascinating, and we have just scratched the surface. Plus, there's a yarn shop here that I just discovered last night after closing, so I better come back to check on that!
After getting everything ready to roll, we took the highway north to catch I 70. First, we had to stop on Main Street to pick out 2 t-shirts for our souvenirs. There are plenty of fun-looking little stores to poke around in, but we were just focused on the shirts so it was a short stop. We were early enough that we actually got a parking place on the street for truck and trailer, which isn't the norm for that street! It is usually packed all the times we have driven through there. Driving around with the trailer hitched really changes your perspective on where to turn, where to stop, how to avoid getting hit!
We left the interstate at Salina and then proceeded on Hwy 50 to get to Delta. We didn't do any sightseeing, just comfort stops now and then, about every 2 hours or so. Just to stretch some muscles, bend some joints, pump some gas, etc. We often eat lunch that we make in the trailer, salads or sandwiches. An apple, some chips, and on a good day, some cashews! A good day means we haven't run out of cashews!
We didn't take any pictures today, but we did coincidentally stop at the same viewpoint that we had stopped at once before, so I have that picture to share!
We had a good FaceTime chat with Dan and Loti, checking up on those newlyweds! They look quite happy to me!
We had reserved a spot to spend the night at Antelope Valley RV Park in Delta, UT. The area is farm and ranch country, and we got to camp next to an open field. We made it there with time left to sit in a chair in the sunshine and read a bit. Grilled steak for supper and a beautiful sunset rounded out the day.
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