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... We have a lovely site and have decided to stay 2 nights. Here are some morning shots and one of the river. Our campground has petroglyphs along the rock wall that you can see in our campsite picture. These were made by pecking or carving the rock.
It was cool (above freezing) overnight but climbed to 34 during the day. We heard from a fellow traveller that it is expected to be hot all ...
... prior to asking them out on a date. They cannot marry within their clan. Since the clan is viewed as very extended family it would be like dating a cousin etc. Family history, traditions and important documents, explained to us as being a "parcel" are handed down from mother to eldest daughter when the mother feels that the time is right for her daughter to take on the responsibility of the family.
Landscapes - I've earlier mentioned scrub as one type of ...
... the crowds and cost. We decide to do our first night of disperse (free) camping. We sit up until late watching the sunset, the stars light up the dark night sky. Then woke up early to see the moon set and watched the sunrise. An amazing spot. We finish the rest of the drive through the valley and then took on the the steep Moki Dugway switch backs windy pass to our next ...
... continuing in its meandering path, it cut through the rock faces and formed the bridge.
See if you can spot the bridge in this photo....
In 1883, prospector Cass Hite wandered up White Canyon from his base camp along the Colorado River in search of gold. What he ...
... 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.