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... moving or immersing themselves in a bush so no photos.
More amazing views and scenic shots.
Then the start of a long 180 mile trip to Torrey. Glad we hadn't followed Googlemaps directions and instead had ace tourist guide Monica to research the options. Scenic route 12 lived up to its name in all respects. We both gave gasps as each new view came into sight. The trees were just turning colour and there was a part where the yellow of the aspens were dazzling and a ...
... park, where there are paved roadways, (we chose to bypass the dirt roads) we exited on the other side and spent some time exploring the area around Torrey. There is a state park just south of Torrey and at 9600 ft. the views of the valley below take in the distant mountains and the topography that is Capitol Reef.
When we arrived at our hotel, we were surprised to discover that Beamer was not welcome. We book ...
... 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, ...
... We contemplated it for a bit; looked to see if we could make some stepping stones; felt aggrieved that a local house wasn't prepared to lose a couple of feet from the end of their land to support the trail (there was strong fencing and Private Land No Entry notices so I think that's a no then) and decided to return to the car and continue our journey.
Last time we drove here we had no real idea just how amazing the road was. Knowing made ...
... and I could easily access it. Instructions were something like "Drive five miles east, then turn right at something or other building. Go three miles then turn down totally unpronouncable road name, and the slot canyon is two miles after such and such creek." Pretty easy, right? She said I'd be there in ten minutes.
The part she left out was that after turning onto unpronouncable road name, there was ten miles of dirt road ...