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Rocking Out in Utah

A travel blog entry by garylesser


... the different energies we are surrounded by," said Utah Symphony Music Director Thierry Fischer, an outdoor enthusiast. "Nature creates sound, and sounds are nature." *** There are 59 National Parks.

  • The largest, at 8,323,148 acres, is Wrangell-St. Elias, in Alaska; the smallest, at 5,550 acres, is Hot Springs, in Arkansas.
  • The first National Park, Yellowstone, was created in 1872, and is spread across Wyoming, ...

That stretch of the road again

A travel blog entry by k.f.ecclestone


... easier driving this time as there was a small RV in front which gave G something to follow. On this road, there is no way of stopping at the top as there is no possibility of creating a parking area on a mountain ridge that is just two lanes wide. Before very long, the road starts to curve and descend and then there are viewpoints but not the really stupendous views. One of the disparities between my expectations of the States and the actuality ...

Capitol Reef Is A Big Wash Out

A travel blog entry by rmwright


... rain again tonight then maybe we can see the rest of the park, but it isn't looking good with an 80% chance of rain tomorrow.

I have raved so much about my trip down into the canyon at Canyonlands and taking Shafer Trail back down into Moab. Read on line that much of Canyonlands is closed because of the heavy rains they had yesterday....are you inch and a half. We get that every afternoon ...

Capitol Reef Nat. Park

A travel blog entry by tampagrampa


My third Nat. Park in the state was a bit different than the others. It was the site of an 1800s to early 1900s mormon settlement and a few of the buildings were preserved including the Gifford Homestead which contained many antique furnishings. The community was aptly named Fruita for there are many orchards in the park: apple, peach, cherry, pear and apricot. In season you can eat the fruit in the orchard for free or buy quantities to go. Many ...

A full day of fun!

A travel blog entry by dsct61


... eat.

After breakfast we made two stops on our way north to the freeway, both dino trails on BLM land. The first was at Mill Canyon to see dinosaur bones along a short walking trail (review here: ews-g60724-d4156400-r170473530-Mill_Can yon_Dinosaur_Trail-Moab_Utah.html). The second was at Copper Ridge to see ...


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