Spring is now in full force here in Moab.
The wildflowers are starting to come out in the canyon bottoms and the lingering snow during this wet year is beginning to melt out.
And as the old joke goes, the license plates are starting to turn green!
And that means I get to see the Boulder-clan. My close friends who are family to me at this point. I miss them quite a bit. But they spent their entire family Springbreak at a campground three miles from The Homestead. A place where Joan and I often take quick hikes.
We ate dinner with them, hiked with them, and enjoyed their company.
Joan heard many stories about them over the past year. And to meet them in person, and hear their version of the stories proved to be amusing at times. 🙂
In addition to seeing my friends, I worked and introduced some clients to a few favorite spots in the Moab area, too.
And later that week? Joan and I introduced some SCA interns to the stunning beauty of the Colorado Plateau. One of whom just arrived from Kansas the day prior!
I think the love of Moab became confirmed at one popular viewpoint post-hike!
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We introduced one of @ramblinghemlock ‘s colleagues to some scenic sights in Moab. Her first full day in town and we hiked into a canyon. And on the way out, a quick pitstop to the aptly named Grand View. The Colorado Plateau could be seen below in all its grandeur. … #utah #moab #canyonlandsnationalpark #canyonlands #hiking #moabutah