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I've been really terrible at updating this thread here lately (lots of adventures I haven't shared), but I just started posting a new video series of a 2-week-long trip I went on in October to SE Utah and western Colorado, so I figured now would be a good time to start it back up again. 

In this first video, I visit a waterfall, find a great free campsite near Arches National Park, and clean the place up a bit.





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Subed your youtube channel, been watching your adventures. Good to see you appreciate the beauty of nature. Safe travels
I'm never lost... I'm exploring alternative destinations.  Rolleyes
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SUV_RVing (12-27-2017)
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Here's the video from day #2 of the adventure near Moab. I know a lot of us have probably been to Arches National Park, but this particular area that I visit is extremely rarely seen. I search for hidden arch and one of the earliest non-Native American inscriptions in Utah.





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After spending a day in Arches National Park, I went into Moab to get some work done and then checked out the Golf Course Rock Art Panel, which I'd never seen before. Then I took off into the La Sal Mountains and found an amazing boondocking spot with one of the best views ever! Here's the video:





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#36
Unfortunately I'm not able to make it to RTR right now (next year!), but I do have another video to share. In this one I climb a couple of 12,000+ foot peaks in the La Sal Mountains of southeastern Utah (near Moab). I had a great day out in nearly 13,000 feet and successfully managed to not get blown off the mountain!





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