On our third attempt, David and I finally reach Otho Natural Bridge just off of North Mill Creek, east of Moab Utah.
This area seems to be popular with some of the “alternative” lifestyle people who are attracted to places like Moab. Under the bridge there is quite a collection of rock furniture constructed with fanciful designs and symbols carved in the rocks. On a rock table was a travel journal sealed in a plastic bag documenting the thoughts and travels of visitors to this bridge. More than a little bizarre.
However, the class B arch is beautiful. It is fall and the cottonwood trees, the Gimble oak and the tamarack willow have all changed colors.
I’ve got to get more of this hiking in before winter sets in again.