Where’s Dart now? He is in a National Park and dogs are not allowed outside the car, even in overlooks. It is one of the more restrictive parks. Therefore, it is extremely hard to get a good picture with Dart in the park for you. But, below is what we have. Pay attention to the rest of the post and it might not be too hard to figure it out.
We left Bryce Canyon area to head north east to Moab. We drove on interstate 70 and I was amazed at the beautiful country we went through. You don’t have to go to a national park to see how beautiful our country is. Drive on Interstate 70 through Utah!
I have an observation regarding some of the rural towns out here. ATV’s are the way to go. We see them a lot in rural towns and I suspect the locals use them to get around instead of cars. I’ve seen many older men riding them and we see trails along side the road that is probably used by the ATV’s. When we were getting fuel at one stop in a rural town, I saw this ATV that had arrived with a canine passenger. Very cute!
When we got to Moab, it was hot, hot, hot. We have been very fortunate to not encounter high temperatures in any location recently. But, it went up to about 105 degrees in Moab yesterday and today it went up to 103 degrees. It is 5% humidity. Therefore, I will take this heat over our home base in Florida which is at least 95 degrees with horrible humidity.
There is hot, dry windy conditions here. Regis says if you fart, you will start a wild fire here.