I'm on now to the third of the last four days, only now it's the third of the last five days, and this post is actually only covering the first quarter of that day. Why am I telling you this? because it's fun.
Green River State Park is an oasis on the bank of the Green River where tall cottonwood trees shade well-manicured lawns. The park is a favorite embarkation point for river trips through Labyrinth and Stillwater canyons and is a good base for seeing much of southeastern Utah. Within a two-hour drive are Arches, Canyonlands, and Capitol Reef national parks; Dead Horse Point and Goblin Valley state parks; Lake Powell; the San Rafael Reef; and Horseshoe Canyon. The park is the beginning point for the annual 180-mile Friendship Cruise.
What that means is that if you're not getting in a canoe and cruising the river....we got nothin' for ya'.
Except this boat ramp:
And if you're lucky enough to have wheels on your tennis shoes, you got yourself a skate ramp.
And if you don't, running up and down is just as much fun.
Running up and down while doing a jig, even better.