Wild West Retreat
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... down my cheeks at the sheer beauty of what surrounded me on all sides. I think it is something that you have to experience in order to understand how much depth it offers your mind and soul.
It was a three mile hike in 100 degree heat over sand and rock down to a 214 foot waterfall. I saw the prettiest blue bird along the way, and a number of ground squirrels, fish, interesting insects, and the beautiful wildflowers. All the while I was surrounded ...
I woke up and seriously considered staying another day in Escalante. I think the daunting elevation gain in the next 50 or so miles is what was doing the talking. I got up and couldn't really justify staying. I waved and shared a long smile with Will across the camp, and hit the road. The ride was a total slugfest until magic happened. There was an 8% downhill for 4 winding miles through interesting landscape. I guess this area ...
... in giant pickup trucks or foreign tourists in tiny sports cars. I went back to camp to find I got neighbors who have 4 little kids and one crying infant. Just more reasons to become wiser on camp spots. Side note: gnats are the most annoying animals on the planet. How can they bite with such tiny mouths? They don't seem to care that I have 100% deet burning through my ...
... back west along the Scenic Byway. After a bit of dithering, we decided that with a forecast of 70F was probably best not to opt for a day hike and Kodachrome looked like a miniature Arches with a road loop, lots of red rock formations and various short hikes from it.
We'd been told when we checked in that the Circle D restaurant (which we'd used before) would be open that night but wouldn't open for breakfast so we checked out the Pioneer Motel ...
We drove to Goblin Valley State Park. This park was very busy. Could it be because of the national coverage of the Boy Scout leaders who toppled a rock from one of the hoodoos? The stone gnomes are sculpted by uplift and erosion of wind and water. They consist of silt, shale and Entrada sandstone. We walked 3 km, rated 1B, on the Canyon Trail. It was 45 degrees when we started, but quickly warmed up. We saw lots of fun shapes resembling ...