So I arrived at Moab as night fell having missed a full day of riding in and around Moab. Stayed with my wife that night. Next morning we are up early as Chris was off to Sedona and I was off to Moki Dugway and the Valley of the Gods. One little problem. My wife couldn't find her prescription sunglass. Last she remembered having them was in a restaurant that didn't open until 11AM. We knocked on the backdoor about 9:30 to 10AM. They let her is to search. No sunglasses. Back to the hotel. She found them in her camera bag????? They were off after the goosechase and I got out just before 11. But ... I still needed to fix my cracked frame. Found a Truvalue Hardware open. Bought some hose clamps and pipe insulation to fashion a temporary fix in the parking lot. As I was leaving town about 1:30PM I realized my late start cost me Moki and the Valley. I followed Tim Tew's gps track to 3 Step Hideaway. Two things have changed since Tim was there. First GARMIN now lists 3 Step Hideaway and their gps track is accurate (according to Scott) and Tim's track takes you to a neighbors driveway. The driveway Scott uses is a 1/4 mile down hill. Don't worry. Both are marked. To get to the 3 Step Hideaway you must go through two gates. The switch only seemed to work when I took off my riding glove. You put your fingers over a sensor. Entering the "ranch" I was greeted by Bailey and Sage, their very friendly two dogs. They also have a couple of cats. Scott and Julie are two of the nicest people you'll ever meet. I unpacked and got ready for my cowboy supper. Steak, mashed potatoes, green beans and strawberry shortcake. Scott worked his magic on the grill. I had such a nice time.