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... seas, subduction of tectonic plates, and water action on deeper layers, leading to huge uplifts and giant chasms forming in the landscape. The eons of erosion have whittled away at the resultant cliffs and buttresses, creating spires with teetering rocks balancing on their peaks; giant self-supporting arches; and deep, intricate gorges - narrow passageways through towering sandstone fins. From the tame hikes of ...
... Utah in what turned out to be Bluff, Utah. The pilgrimage from Escalante, 57 miles away, was to take 6 weeks but instead took six months. They chose to travel through what is now called the hole-in-the rock, a narrow, steep, rocky crevice through a 1200 foot sandstone cliff to establish a short cut to cross the Colorado River. In their party were two miners from Wales that played a critical role in using ...
... Mobilla was the place to eat apparently, so we decided to give it a try. It was what it sounds like, and yes it was very good. After filling our stomachs, it was time for the usual chores RV dump, water fill up, propane fill up, and putting gas in the tank. With the chores done we headed for the aquatics center for a shower. Feeling refreshed from our shower we walked the town to some of the places we did get to the first time.
The next day we got up early and headed back to ...
... he saw a beaver the size of me almost!! We had no luck in finding it again but I guess we will just have to believe him.
After the hike, we headed to Utah!! On the way we stopped in Glenwood springs to buy some waterproof jackets just so we were ready for anymore rain!
A few hours later, we were in Moab!!! It was around 4pm so we decided to walk around the town and had an ice cream to cool us down. We went from cool rain in the morning, to 90 degree heat in ...
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