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... on in and out the other side. And inside, the rock formations were a sight to see. I will let the photos speak for me. There are not a lot of roads to drive, but there are a lot of places to stop and view the formations, and they have a really nice picnic area in the center of the park where everyone in the park decided to stop for a picnic lunch. Beamer enjoyed the plush green grassy areas.
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... 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, ...
... us to miss out on eating there again. After that we decided on an afternoon in Capitol Reef National Park. Scenic Byway 12 cuts across the top of this NP, but we had never been in before. Once past the golden trees that line the river and the remains of the Mormon settlement, there is a self-sign in entrance where you write out your details and pay into an honesty box. The road winds through typical red rock Utah landscape ...
Tick off another 'first' - I ate biscuits and gravy for breakfast. :-D Mr Cowboy took me to get a latte (at the five seconds away place), then we had a proper cowboy breakfast - he informed me they live on this - of biscuits and gravy. He was truly shocked that I'd never tried this before. We followed that up with a visit to meet his colt, which is actually a two year old gelding but they still call them colts until they're four or five. ...
... chance of freezing as it improves the ground for next year's crop. The loop took us along the Gooseberry Fremont Scenic Backway into high pasture with beautiful autumnal aspens, at times glimpsing the Fremont River.
We saw a mule train heading along the Old Spanish Trail, which had been called 'the longest, crookedest, most ornery pack trail ...