Gemini Bridges from the Bottom Up

Gemini Bridges

Since our new Kentucky friends Keith and Punkin had never visited Gemini Bridges, we plan to enjoy lunch there after following the road down to Bull Canyon.  The parking area at the end of this road adjoins a trail that after a 15 minute walk takes us to the bottom of the canyon under the Gemini Bridges.  This is our first visit to the bottom of the bridges.  We welcome a light breeze that counteracts the bright, warm sunshine and in spite of the gentle buffeting, Storm launches the drone.   Careful of the squirrely canyon winds, I think Storm does a great job of capturing the marvel of this twin span.

Gemini Bridges Flight

 

Photos from Gemini Bridges and Spring Canyon

Gemini Bridges

 

Gemini Bridges

About Sunny Weathers

Pilot, motorcyclist and full time RVer. Follow Stormy (my personal full time RV mechanic and repairman) and me as we travel all over the US in our Country Coach RV. I'll share the fun and the tribulations and any great survival tricks we learn!

6 Replies to “Gemini Bridges from the Bottom Up”

  1. Love flying around Utah with y’all. Scenery is outstanding!

    1. Sunny Weathers says: Reply

      Thanks for joining us!

  2. Great pictures and good job Charlie, with the drone it would be nice to see what was in the opening below the bridge, and if anything was in the openings to the bridges right along the cliffs. But I ain’t complaining, thanks for sharing. GOD BLESS

    JD
    Jim

    1. Sunny Weathers says: Reply

      I think Storm is still operating in student pilot mode – not ready to tackle the tricky wind gusts swooping down through those openings 🙂
      Now if he had an instructor out here to keep an eye on him…

  3. Punkin & Keith says: Reply

    What a wonderful day with you guys! Thanks for showing us these Moab gems!

    1. Sunny Weathers says: Reply

      Thank you for joining us!

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