📍Canyonlands National Park

 

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So....after 4 hours of off-roading between Canyonlands National Park and Moab on what the Park Ranger said was “a little hairy of a road” we got high centered on two huge boulders. We had to use the jack and lift one side of the truck to get over. Once off the boulder trap the rest of the canyon was crazy and we had to sleep in the truck overnight and figure out how we were going to get out of this predicament. Luckily @sarahbritches is the most positive and encouraging woman ever AND has a super strong back! The next morning we woke up early and spent 5 hours making three boulder bridges to get the truck out of the Canyon. This is the last boulder bridge. No reception. No asking for help. Only other choice was to hike out and ask for help, or rely on ourselves. We got out! And then spent the night at a wonderful hotel in Moab to celebrate in the jacuzzi with champagne!!! public service announcement: don’t take the hamburger rock road to Moab unless you have a super high clearance vehicle, winch, high Jack, and water! Love you @sarahbritches #tacoma #tacomaoffroad #crawlmode
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Epic scenery in Canyonlands #tacoma #tacomaoffroad #overland
Pictures really don’t do this place justice. Unsurprisingly, there were a lot of amazing canyons to look out over!
#tbt When rocks become lily pads and you don’t even notice til your at the edge. (Bel was scared taking this picture for me) lol but I honestly wasn’t scared I had that “jumper” pill in me. 😹🙃❤️ #Utah #canyonlandsnationalpark #canyons #nature
Utah is a fluvial geomorphologist's wet dream. I can't wait to come back!
White Rim Road, Island in the Sky - Canyonlands National Park #moab #tbt
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