Leaving can be so hard! Why is that, I wonder. I was super excited to head out on our adventure and also….It was hard to leave my room! My room is dreamy, with its brick walls, Hexagon shape, high ceilings and big skylight that opens like a hatch on a sailboat. But alas. All the pieces finally seemed to reach a precipice and come together quickly smoothly. What a magical process.
We stayed with Aunt Nancy and Uncle Jonces, up in Eagle. Their hospitality is warm and welcoming! We visited for a couple hours, talking mostly about our upcoming trip and some of their adventures. Yippee!
We woke early and zipped out before Eagle rush hour traffic. But not before finding a really cozy, fun, happening little coffee shop in the Eagle Town Center.
We reached Moab in time for a yummy breakfast with Fred. I love visiting Fred. I feel like his motorcycle shop, in Moab is my second home and I’m really appreciative of the opportunities I have to visit with Fred. He tells me of all the interesting people who have come through his shop and all the various on goings around Moab. The exciting piece of our conversation on this visit was……land for sale in Bluff, right on main street. I LOVE Bluff 🙂 and have been entertaining the idea of running a motorcycle tour out of the small town.