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Nous avions peu de route à faire ce matin pour nous rendre à Torrey. En chemin, nous sommes passé par Goblin Valley State Park. Bien que ce soit une attraction populaire de l'Utah, nous avons trouvé que l'endroit était peu achalandé. Les goblins, ce genre de petits Hoodoos se comptent par millier ici. Ils donnent unu allure surréelle au parc, …
... sandwich also came with a hearty portion of chips. I'm afraid my leftovers constituted at least half the plate. I keep teasing Monica about the benefits of Subway!
So in an attempt to address lunch we travelled a few miles back to walk around a petrified forest with some great examples of the petrified logs and views over wide hollow reservoir. Having stretched our legs we journeyed on at one point stopping for me to photo more wild life- a mountain blue ...
... than most Americans. This is terrifying news. I'm a freaking tourist. Anyway, the road. I still can't describe this road. When I have a chance I will clip the road trip together. You won't believe your eyes.
Other highlights of the day include seeing some deer, and seeing buffalo!!! Freaking buffalo!!!! I don't care that they are in someone's paddock - they're still buffalo. They are the size of small cars.
Dinner was ...
... Park, so we got a drive-by after all. We saw several formations from the road - Twin Rocks, Chimney Rock and the Castle, then a cliff face with several Fremont Indian petroglyphs which look like men with space helmets on.
Next stop was Goblin Valley State Park which was first called Mushroom Valley which seems rather more ...
... ll need.
2) We seem to be continuing with our rain-making skills. Hopefully we'll get to see some clear night skies at Bryce with the full moon shining!
3) Each area we visit is unique, beautiful, interesting, and deserves more time than we can give it on this trip.
Arches National Park: Black-throated Sparrow
Capitol Reef National Park: Cassin's Kingbird