corona arch.

^smooches under Corona arch^
^more smooches with our polaroid^
^fossilized dinosaur tracks^
^faux falls swimming hole^
^Faux Falls swimming hole^
Recap of Wednesday: Okay, today was rad!!! I've seen so many things here and I'm feeling very lucky. Moab is definitely a tourist town and crazy enough, most of the people here are visiting from outside of the United States... it's making me realize how Tate and I should be exploring these places more often (since we live only 8 hours away from Moab and 50 minutes away from Yellowstone National Park). 

We started off the day by driving along the river and looking at archaic wall art and finding dinosaur tracks. I don't know much about Native American history or dinosaurs, but I love imagining what this place was like when life was very simple/before it was industrialized. We hiked to a 140' tall arch called Corona and shared smooches, took pictures, and then kissed some more.

After the hike to Corona arch we did another hike to Faux falls. I said it in my last post but it's incredible how these places are pretty much in the backyard of our cabin. There are so many places here to discover but it's up to us to find them. I mean, we were the only people at the falls!

I'm definitely going to keep taking pictures here... stay tuned! 

18 comments

  1. this looks like such a good time. love the suit allison! here's to exploring our own countries!

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  2. im in love with your land camera.

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  3. I'm embarrassed to say in the seven years I've lived in you I've never gone to Moab & I want to so badly! Hopefully this year. I love your pictures

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  4. Awh! These pictures are so awesome (especially the Polaroid)! Also, that swimsuit is adorable. I will definitely have to put Moab on my to-visit list! Thanks for sharing the loveliness!

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  5. That suit!! Ok I have to ask where you got it, I know that's kind of annoying when people ask that but it is SO cute! If I can't buy it I'm thinking I might just have to make one like it. Ahh so cute.
    I had no idea Moab was such a hit for people outside Utah even, let alone outside the states! ha that's crazy to me, who'd have thought?

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  6. These photos are awesome! We just went to Zion for the first time and I was blown away by the red rocks and gorgeous scenery- Moab is definitely next on my list! When we were in Yosemite a few months ago there were TONS of tourists and I realized the same thing- people come from around the world to visit these places while they're right in our backyard (not literally.. :)

    ps- you two are so cute :)

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  7. oh i never went to moab after all my years in utah, whoops.

    K

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  8. so much crazy fun! what fun pics! I just told my husband "hot far is Utah from us?" haha
    love the pictures!

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  9. wow, looks so beautiful! and I love the photos! :)

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  10. Love these photos. The red rocks make everything look so much more intense, you know?

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  11. so pretty! looks like so much fun! I love your bathing suit

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  12. i need to visit here! your photos are making me ache for a trip westbound.....

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  13. Aw, so much fun! Why does that water look so brown though? haha
    And fossilized dinosaur tracks!?!? No way!!
    Keep the pictures coming!

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  14. Adding Moab to our someday vacay list! Gorgeous!

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  15. Your vacations are always the best! Love these photos, and you and your hubby look great together. :))

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  16. this looks incredible! i'm all about vacationing around town, and it looks like moab is the perfect destination. love your love.

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  17. This is soo cool! Looks like a great trip and, of course, you and your husband look adorable!

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