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More photos from the trip:

In the Yellow Cat Flat area NE of Moab:


House on Fire Anasazi ruin:


Four Corners tourist trap:


Colorado!


Ah-Shi-Sle-Pah, the Navajo Valley of Dreams:




Recapture Pocket near Bluff, Utah:


Moki Dugway, an amazing road to drive if you don't mind shelf roads:


Mexican Hat Rock, the namesake for Mexican Hat, Utah:
 

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Road sign at the Moki Dugway:


Begining to climb the Moki Dugway. I went up and down it a few times as I traversed the area:


View near the top of the Dugway:


Owachomo Bridge at Natural Bridges National Monument:


Pops Burritos and Axe Throwing in Blanding, Utah. Good food, good fun!


Memorial Day night I got snowed on camping outside of Blanding, Utah, about 90 minutes south of Moab:




This was a nice campground between Blanding and Monticello, Utah and only $10 a night ($5 with park pass)


Near the Needles Overlook, Monticello, UT:
 

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Looking Glass Arch on Looking Glass Rd, south of Moab:


I built this wooden shelf in the back of my FJ. During the day I put my gear on the floor and tie it down with straps, at night I put it on the shelf and sleep on half the floor. I slept in the back of the FJ for 4 of my 9 nights (due to rain and snow) and it was very comfortable.



Big Jim has seen things, terrible things...


Sunset on the Flat Iron Mesa trail near Moab:


On Thursday my family joined me in Moab and we camped at the Hittle Bottom campground for the weekend:




Onion Creek scenery:
 
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