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Old 07-13-2015, 01:08 AM   #21
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Yes there are some great suggestions and if you are close to Moab that is a town we fell in love with. There are a few camp grounds but can't remember their names. We are getting everything ready for the Goshen Rally. Hope you have a safe trip and trouble free. Again pic's are great. Happy trails!!!!
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Old 07-13-2015, 07:37 AM   #22
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If you have sooo much fun that it's dark when you head back to Kanab the Mule deer will cross without stopping for sure. Be safe and slow on the return.
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Yes there are some great suggestions and if you are close to Moab that is a town we fell in love with. There are a few camp grounds but can't remember their names. We are getting everything ready for the Goshen Rally. Hope you have a safe trip and trouble free. Again pic's are great. Happy trails!!!!

In Moab Utah, you'll find The Arches National Park. It is a priceless drive through the park.
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When in Utah go to Zion, then Bryce Canyon, then Arches National Park. You will not be disappointed. When we went to Bryce Canyon National Park we stayed right outside the park at Rubys campground, the bus picked you up right outside and took you to Bryce and then you could walk around at your own pace. It is one of the most beautiful places there is.
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