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    Nice place to camp

    When we want to go camping but don't want to set up the tent, we go here.
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    Sweet set-up .... where is it ?
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    That's very cool!
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    Montezuma Canyon?
    Anyone visiting SW Utah should visit one of the numerous modern or ancient cliff face dwellings, gift shops or bars.
    These are cool places in the heat of sumer. IMG_8515.0.jpeg
    Certainly a lot more welcoming than this modernistic “poetic homage to pure Brutalism” .cliff house.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by bad luck View Post
    When we want to go camping but don't want to set up the tent, we go here.
    When we were down there in May we found a similar place off Looking Glass Road I thinks it's called south of Moab. The one we saw was not in as good of shape as the place you've shown. Would be neat. I wouldn't stay in the place we found however.



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    we found a place similar south of Escalante. very cool ( no.. it was cool.. inside) the rats seemed to like the caves more than i did, as i left and they stayed. ok... Bob, where is your find?
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    ewwwwww gross lol.....

    Quote Originally Posted by admiral View Post
    When we were down there in May we found a similar place off Looking Glass Road I thinks it's called south of Moab. The one we saw was not in as good of shape as the place you've shown. Would be neat. I wouldn't stay in the place we found however.



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    When it is baking hot outside a cool underground saloon is mighty inviting. The Moki Cave has such a bar as well as a lot of tacky tourist stuff.
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    The rock house belongs to a friend, and he asked me not to reveal the location.
    It is in a pretty remote location and he doesn't lock it up, because some people would break in anyway he thinks.
    A couple months ago a few a#^holes found it and trashed it.
    It is within a 90 minute ride from Moab.
    We've stayed overnight maybe a dozen times, and it's so nice and quiet there, no powerlines, no highway noise, just peace and quiet.

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    That rock house is such a nice spot, keep it secret and safe.
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