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3-Week Teardrop Trailer Trip: Arches National Park, Utah–Simply Speechless

I knew to expect some mind-blowing rock formations at Utah’s National Parks, but Arches National Park left me speechless.

Okay, that’s a bit of a lie. Hardly anything can keep me from jabber jawing, especially if my mind easily attaches words to whatever I’m experiencing, but I found myself silent while trekking through Arches–except for the occasional “Hey! Doesn’t that look like a . . . ”

The experience triggered a childhood memory of me laying on my back in the cool grass on a summer’s day, gazing at drifting clouds, and calling out the names of objects they resembled. Arches was like that, except I was finally able to walk amongst the clouds.

Most notable objects my simple mind ‘saw’:

Magic Mountain of Disney World fame . . .

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A tulip flower about to open . . .

Arches National Park, Utah, The Big 5, teardrop trailer travels, teardrop adventures, hiking, sightseeing, Arizona, western U.S. national parks, red rocks

T-REX . . .

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A mound of chocolate Dairy Queen ice-cream (guess I was hungry) . . .

Arches National Park, Utah, The Big 5, teardrop trailer travels, teardrop adventures, hiking, sightseeing, Arizona, western U.S. national parks, red rocks

The homestead of my favorite childhood cartoon family, the Flintstones . . .

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And my absolute favorite discovery–as I walked along the length of this particular formation, I marveled as South America gradually came into view . . .

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Of course, Arches National Park offers a lot of arches, but as you’ll see, it offers a whole lot more. The hikes and views are spectacular. Oh, if only there were words . . .



 

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To see our original trip route map, click on the first post of this mini-series:

Teardrop Trailer Summer Road Trip: 9 NW States, 8 Nat’l Parks

Or any of our stops so far on the way . . .

Day 1, 3-Week Teardrop Trailer Travel Log: Willits, CA, KOA Campground

Early Day 2, 3-Week Teardrop Trailer Trip: Toilet Bowls, Vintage New Yorkers, and the Eclectic

Later Day 2, 3-Week Teardrop Trailer Trip: Drive-Thru Redwoods, Giants, and Castles

Day 3, 3-Week Teardrop Trailer Trip: Gigantic Marshmallows of Oregon

Day 4, 3-Week Teardrop Trailer Trip: Captivating Washington Coastline

Day 5, 3-Week Teardrop Trailer Trip: Olympiad Deer, Bald Eagles, and Chica Birds

Early Day 6, 3-Week Teardrop Trailer Trip: Port Townsend, WA, See It All and Sea Otters Too!

Later Day 6, 3-Week Teardrop Trailer Trip: Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge, WA

Day 7, 3-Week Teardrop Trailer Trip: Goodbye Olympic Peninsula; Hello Seattle!

Day 8, 3-Week Teardrop Trailer Trip: Hay, Washington! Spuds! Spokane!

Day 9, 3-Week Teardrop Trailer Trip: It’s a Dog’s Life for Me

Midway on 3-Week Teardrop Trailer Trip: Just Stop; You’re Missing It!

3-Week Teardrop Trailer Trip: Wild, Wicked Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone Bison vs. Humans: You Can’t Fix Stupid

3-Week Teardrop Trailer Trip: Wildlife IN YOUR FACE in Grand Teton National Park

3-Week Teardrop Trailer Trip: Journey to the Center of Utah

Got Gas? Utah Offers an Old-Time Fix

 

 

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8 thoughts on “3-Week Teardrop Trailer Trip: Arches National Park, Utah–Simply Speechless”

  1. Absolutely stunning. Regarding your “Flintstones” reference, my very first heartthrob was Fred & Wilma’s neighbor Betty.

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