Refusing to give up, we decided to take one more drive along the rim of Canyonlands. The floor of Canyonlands requires a lot of walking and that just isn’t part of our life anymore.
On the way to the drive, is this interesting, strange place. Not content to be just another guy with a drill and a dream, Albert Christensen hand-carved his luxurious suite of rooms out of a natural cliff face in the 1940s. He called it Hole N' The Rock.
Now it’s one of those quirky places where you need to stop just because it’s there. We didn’t take the tour but they have lots of pictures posted on their website.