In Ridgway we say goodbye to Debbie and cycle back to Montrose to pick up the rental car the next day. The ride down is so much more fun in the sun and with tailwind than the ride up with all the rain and headwind a few days ago. We do the same stretch in less than half the time.
Despite we booked the car from the next day we cycle straight to the car rental company. Maybe we can pickup the car already. On arrival at the rental company we notice they’re closed already. To bad.
But when we hang out a little longer in front of the rental company to figure out where to stay for the night a guy comes out off the building to close it down for the night. When he sees us he asks us why we’re here. We tell him our story and an hour later we drive our car out of town... up to Moab, the mountain bike capital of the country. 🤘
We rented the car for a week and in that week we did 3200km road trip, two time zones, six National Parks, three times snow, many dessert, two dogs and loads of other fun things. Just check some pictures below;
First night sleep in the car near Moab
Road into Arches NP
Fallen Arches. They come and go.
We always do option #3 but here it's not aloud 🙁
Water in the desert.
The most famous one.
Wall paintings from long long ago in Capitol Reef National Park.
Sleeping in the car.
Cowboys on the road.
Lost dogs at Bryce Canyon National Park
Looks like in Holland.
Bryce Canyon... Bad weather 🙁
Wild roads after wild camping
In the bus in Zion National Park
The American dream?
North Rim Grand Canyon National Park
Somewhere in the desert
Colorado River brigdes
No Jumping from bridge??
Horseshoe Bend... Realy an amazing place.
South Rim Grand Canyon National Park
I got my kicks on Route 66
Someone knows which movie this is in?
Living the dream?
Bagdad Cafe. If you've seen the movie you will recognize, if not, watch the movie 😉
Cooking in the desert.
Joshua Tree National Park
"Into The Wild" Salvation mountain.
Emptying the car before return in San Diego.
Bye bye San Diego.
Mexico here we come....