Our trip to California came to an end, and we began our journey back to Colorado. Our journey across the Mojave Desert was uneventful, and by evening we found ourselves back in Cedar City, Utah, and snow-covered slopes. We enjoyed our overnight in Cedar City (nice vibe to it) and had a short hop the next morning to my favorite (in the top 5) locale – Moab, Utah. Moab has some of the most magical landscapes on the planet; especially during the off-season when the town is dead quiet. Following are some pics of this fantasy land.
Arches National Park prepares for a long, cold night.
A 10-minute sunset in Arches National Park enhances the senses. December sunsets are awesome!
We enjoyed the early morning along the Wallstreet climbing area, Potash Road, Utah.
The sandstone cliffs reflect off of the surface of a cold Colorado River.
Desert cathedrals catch the early morning light.
The Colorado River visits a labyrinth of sandstone canyons while on its journey to the sea.
That's it for now; I'm not sure what's up next. Thanks for reading!