Everyone was expecting another typical Moab Spring. A year earlier it had looked like this…
For weeks, Moab looked like this. A post-apocalyptic ghost town.
Moab local Kerry Lange took these two shots from a spot on Main Street, looking one direction and then the other.
And then. Moab swung from one end of the spectrum to the other. Much of September and October looked like this.
Road construction on the north end of Main Street made matters even worse, and yet two lanes of traffic were maintained at all times. More than the construction, it was just untold masses of humans, frustrated and fed up, confined for months, unleashing their wanderlust on the same place at the same time.
Jim Stiles is Founding Publisher and Senior Editor of the Canyon Country Zephyr.
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