In April of this year I went on a road trip with my brother-in-law, John.
Our ultimate destination was Moab, Utah.
While John was in a class all week I went exploring. The first day we were there
I drove south along US-191 and flew my drone to get some pictures and videos of
the wild-looking rock formations.
The adventure begins.
My tent is the first one. I fit a full air mattress inside because why not? It’s
a bit tight on space but the tent is small anyway.
Pictured: John, my brother-in-law
We camped at ACT Campground in Moab. The tent sites don’t have any water
or electric, but they’re a short walk from the bathrooms, showers, and kitchen.
The kitchen is a large common room where you can fill up any water tanks and
plug in electronics to charge when it gets too hot to do anything in the
afternoon. Other than the fine layer of red desert sand that blew into our tents
no matter how tight they were shut, the experience was great!
I flew my drone all over these unique rock formations to capture some really
This was taken by my drone camera. The rocks farthest away are almost 400 feet
I can only assume this used to be a riverbed.
The landscape out here is so pretty.
Wilson Arch is not in any park, it’s on the side of US-191 before you get into
Taken from the top of Wilson Arch.
I climbed up here and had the whole place to myself for a while.