It’s not quite summer in Park City, so last weekend we drove about 4 1/2 hours to Moab and found some summer. 80 degrees, sun, biking and camping means summer to me!
Chris and I drove to Moab with our friend Megan to meet up with Nicole’s family. Nicole and her husband have two girls Zoe and Margo and had been camping since Thursday night. Here’s a group shot with Chris, Megan, Zoe and I just after we showed up Friday night.
The trip downhill was mostly on slickrock like this. Moab’s known for its slickrock, meaning it’s super “slick” when it’s wet and really nice and grippy when it’s dry. It’s usually dry, as Moab is in the desert. Super fun to ride and unique to Utah.
On the last night of our trip, I took Zoe and Margo on a hike while the others were making dinner. We hiked up a big hill with boulders on it. The two of them just kept climbing, I couldn’t get them to stop (notice the tiny campsite below). I figured if they can climb up, they can climb down. Not the case. These two were a little afraid getting down! Oops! The three of us made it down ok and I learned my lesson on how kids can climb up easier than they can climb down.