Well this first picture really has nothing to do with our Thanksgiving adventures, but it does have to do with our adventures at home. I happened to be outside a couple weeks ago and turned to the field and saw a horse that I had never seen before! I thought to myself, "Whose horse is this?? And how did it get into our field??" Upon closer inspection, I realized it was Crazy Alice! She had rolled in the dirt and completely covered herself in black dirt except for her white head. Yes folks, this horse is normally completely white--
But we did have a fun Thanksgiving jaunt down to Moab. Since it was just us and Eric's parents we didn't really feel like going through the whole hoopla of making a big dinner. So we hightailed it out of town to the beautiful vistas of Moab. We hiked out to a few arches--including Utah's famous Delicate Arch. The trails were fun because they were a lot of slick rock that is fun to hike on. Tyler found a fun spot--no one will miss these cairns!
We hiked out to Delicate Arch and it was neat because we were able to go right up to it and touch it, etc. It was neat to see it in person after seeing it on almost every picture depicting Utah!
On one of our hikes we stopped to use the restroom (read: glorified outhouse) and Tyler and I were laughing at the sign of "instructions" inside on the wall...
Another cool arch was landscape arch. They do not allow you to walk up to it anymore because several years ago a huge chunk collapsed off one side. Luckily no one was hurt, but it is getting pretty thin on that side and possibly dangerous. But it was still cool to look at.