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... at "Cadillac Ranch" and then headed toward monument valley. After driving and arguing about spots and searching google, we went to mile marker 13 for our Forest Gump reenactment. The part where he stops running? That's in monument valley. We got a few good ones just before the sun set, then went back to go to bed. These days are tiring! Must be the constant picture taking. Night, Bluff! (A place where you can hear yourself think - said an Indian at 4 ...
... were three magnificent bridges water had sculpted from stone. In 1904, National Geographic Magazine publicized the bridges, and in 1908 President Theodore Roosevelt established Natural Bridges National Monument, creating Utah's first National Park Service area.
Naming the Bridges
Sipapu means "the place of emergence," an entryway by which the Hopi believe ...
... views of the goosenecks, officially known as an entrenched meander. Over a distance of one and a half miles, the San Juan River flows for more than six miles through the twists of the entrenched meander.
Then, on the way home, we saw some wonderful geological views in the snowy mist of the morning.
... CA – Rusty is so tired of
unloading and loading our bikes every time we pull into a new place (didn’t
ride them but once, this whole time), he decided while in Death Valley that since
we were so close to our storage unit in Sacramento, we were going to drop them
off…..that and see our girls and grandchildren plus have a great meal at my
sister’s house on Thanksgiving. Our plans were to leave on the 10th
... of the Grand Canyon is about 200 miles of contrasting desert and alpine like high pastures that require huge changes in altitude. The poor car was working hard. With some relief we arrived at the Rangers Hut and were reassured we were in the right place. "Drive into a dead end sir and you're there." (No humour about dead and edges of cliff intended!)
The final approach was awesome. The landscape changed to lush lush meadow and Tom ...