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Cape Henlpen State Park, DE

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Cape Henlpen State Park, DE, a set on Flickr. Click on the photos to see them larger.

On Monday we took a day trip down to Lewes & Rehobeth, DE There’s allot to see and do there, so if your ever looking for a place to go, this is a very nice area.
In these photos we are at Henlopen State Park, There is a fee of $8.00 to get into the park if your an out of stater, if your a resident of DE then its only $4.00
It’s a very nice park, its a very big park. You can rent bikes there for free, yea, free, you just leave them your drivers license and pick out a bike and go. Of course, with my bad knees biking ain’t going to happen! So we drove around and walked when we could. There is beach access there, fishing, camping, etc. Go and enjoy!

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Sunset at the Bay in DE

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Sunset at the Bay in DE, a set on Flickr. Click on the photos to see them larger.

On Monday we took a day trip down to Lewes & Rehobeth, DE There’s allot to see and do there, so if your ever looking for a place to go, this is a very nice area.
On our way home, after we left the Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge, we found a nice little beach on the bay and took a walk. Here are a couple sunset photos and a couple interesting photos of a dead horseshoe crab.

Prime Hook Nature Wildlife Refuge, DE

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Prime Hook Nature Wildlife Refuge, DE, a set on Flickr. Click on a photo to see it larger.

On Monday we took a day trip down to Lewes & Rehobeth, DE There’s allot to see and do there, so if your ever looking for a place to go, this is a very nice area.
So, among our stops, one of our last places to stop was Prime Hook Nature Wildlife Refuge in Milton DE.

Dead Horse Point State Park, Utah

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These photos are from Dead Horse Point State Park in Utah, just outside of Moab. There are some wonderful view at this park. June 17, 2013

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Arches National Park, Moab, Utah

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Moab Day 1, a set on Flickr.

Day 1 in Moab, Utah we went to the Arches National Park, it was almost evening when we got there, so we found a nice spot to watch the sunset.  Arches National Park was by far one of my most favorite places we went to on this trip.  June 16, 2013

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On the Road Again Headed to Moab

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These photos were taken along the way headed towards Moab, Utah from Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming.

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Yellowstone National Park

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Yellowstone, a set on Flickr.

NOTE: to view all the photos in this Album you need to click right above ‘NOTE’ on the Yellowstone link, there are 141 photos in this set, and if you just click on one of the photos above you’ll only see 24 of them.  Sorry, I just found this out myself.

We stayed in Yellowstone National Park for 3 nights. We arrived on June 12, 2013 and left on June 15th. Each night we stayed at a different place in Yellowstone, we stayed in Canyon Lodge, Old Faithful Inn and Lake Cabins. Our stay was nice, was shocked at first to find out none of the hotels in Yellowstone have air-conditioning, they have a fan in each room. They say you don’t need it.  Well, it was cold while we were there, we had a quarter inch of ice on our truck the first night we were there and the second night it snowed. So, air-conditioning wasn’t needed.

Also, keep in mind, you should make your reservations a year in advance if you want to stay in Yellowstone. We didn’t know we we’re going a year before, but luckily when my hubby called, they had some cancellations and we were able to stay 3 nights in the park.

Quail Platter at Old Faithful Inn

Quail Platter at Old Faithful Inn

Also, dining, is wonderful. One night we ate at the Old Faithful Inn, they offer a buffet or you can order off the menu. My hubby ate off the buffet and I ordered off the menu. The meal was 5*’s in my book. Then another night we ate at the Lake Inn, they offer gluten free alternatives, that was really nice and I give this one a 5* also.
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