If the ever present drizzle of rain didn’t do it, the two school zones that suddenly popped up in my morning commute this week were more than enough to help me realize summer is winding down. So before the season’s officially gone I thought I would write a little about my trip to Moab [Southern Utah]. I went with some friends a few months back [May? No, April I think, okay maybe this was technically a spring time trip, roll with it]. Call it a throwback thursday if you will.
I’ll keep my commentary pretty simple, but if you would like to feel inspired about the beauty of earth and majesty of nature here is some music to serenade you as you flip through the rest of this post.
Moab, in case you are unfamiliar, is a land of red rock,
This is probably the most famous and recognizable Arch: Delicate Arch.
Moab is also home to purple flowers and twisted trees.
In addition to hiking trails, Moab has jeeping paths you can go on. At first you may feel like this about jeeping:
But you’ll get over it and have a good time [and maybe admit to being over dramatic? no! never!]. Possibly even make jeeping friends.
But mostly Moab is just more red rock and blue skies and that was plenty enough for me.
Here’s to finishing summer off in style and having a wonderful fall!
Currently: drooling over this list of greatest dances from SYTYCD (So You Think You Can Dance for anyone unfamiliar)