|Don & Mary Ann Roese |
in Arches National Park in Utah
There are more than 2,000 natural stone arches in Arches National Park.
Postcard pictures at every turn.
It was part of our 21-day, 1,200-mile circle of Arizona and New Mexico, through Navajo country and national parks, including the big daddy of them all, the Grand Canyon.
When they’re home, they go among Akron area people living outdoors in tents, under tarps at camps, under bridges, in doorways or inside abandoned buildings and vehicles.
The center at 1096 S. Main St. is a gathering place were the homeless can go to find food, clothing, friendship and respite from the bitter cold.
Don and Marian have about 1,998 more arches to check out.
|From left: Meredith Roese Grom, Don Roese, Mary Ann Roese |
at Gemini Bridge in Moab, Utah