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... dates as far back as 1883. Pretty neat to walk
where pioneers had walked or……rode horses, wagons and then cars.
The second day we decided to go to Cathedral Valley. The guy
at the visitor center told us that since we had a jeep we could make this trip
a loop instead of an in/out drive but we would have to cross a river but
shouldn’t be a big deal…..ok we thought we would give it a try. Well we got
... They planted orchards - about 3,000 trees of various fruits that you see by the side of the road as you pass which are now owned and maintained by the Park Service. The town, which really isn't a town anymore serves as park headquarters. The park service purchased the properties in the '50's and the people left. Sometimes Fruita is referred to ...
... natural arch formed by erosion in the rock which was disappointing.
This area in particular is very much like Western movie scenery. As we continued to drive toward our accommodation in Caineville, the landscape changed quite dramatically. There were mounds of what looked like piles of gravel in grey & other colours, but were actually rock, some looking very like shale; and then it started to look like sprayed on concrete in differing shades of grey & white. It ...
... 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 ...
This morning when I set off, I discovered the sounds I heard from scary animals all night were just from cows down the road. My legs didn't feel great from the start and that was a bummer knowing today would be a big challenge. I went up and over Boulder Mountain. 10 of those miles took me several hours. I was hurting. I drank too much water in the beginning and was worried I'd run out before the nearest campsite. Muscles don't function very ...