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Travel Blogs from Rockville
... was not formed from erosion initiated from a central stream, meaning it technically is not a canyon. Instead headward erosion has excavated large amphitheater-shaped features in the Cenozoic-aged rocks of the Paunsagunt Plateau. This erosion exposed delicate ...
... any problems. The most being a low tunnel, so far so good. As you view all the pictures take note how we come in and out of the snow.
All is good with us and hope the same for our family and friends.
Jim and Kathy
... saw this trail called Cottonwood Narrows and
the start looked really cool so we looked it up and it was only a 2.5 mile RT
hike. We decided we could do this hike and still make the arch and the 80 mile
trip home before dark. Rusty kept telling me that we would not make it home
before dark if I didn’t quit taking pictures. Not a chance!
I attached a picture of a coyote that crossed the road in
front of us, as I was scrambling to get ...
... Santa Barbara. This was a very pleasant city that was Spanish in its styling, with terracotta roofs on almost every building. Santa Barbara is perfectly located between a dramatic mountain range and golden sandy beaches. Here we wandered along the pier, ventured through the colourful farmers market, and saw the historical Santa Barbara Courthouse, said to be "one of the finest places to be put on trial" (so, the next time you're considering becoming a criminal, take a flight to ...
... simple body work in this twon and our car might need to be sent to a larger centre about 1.5 hours away but we can call in the morning and they will see what can be done.
The driver gives us and our luggage a ride down the road (about a mile) to our ...