Molly's Castle is always a nice way to start the day. The weather was perfect as we aired down near the highway, and there were big insects everywhere. They looked like a cross between a cricket and a beetle, and we named them "creedles." Autumn, Frank's daughter, has the new nickname. They were feisty little critters.
We soon headed along the trail and it was easy going until we got near Molly's Castle itself. The trail gets a bit rougher at that part, so we slowed down. There were a few people in two different spots who were getting ready to climb the big bluff. We wished we could stay and watch, but we had places to be.
We cruised to the end of the trail, and saw Little Wild Horse Canyon as a paved road in front of us. That was next, so we crossed the pavement that leads to Goblin Valley and headed in.
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