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... Panguitch is a farm town and most of the fields are fenced in with barbed wire plus this town does not have underground utilities so power lines also need to be avoided. Hitting either of these with the balloon could be a disaster so the ground crew is instrumental in helping the pilot find a good landing place and needs to be there wherever "there" is when the balloon comes down.
Our balloon landed in a field at the edge of the highway to ...
At the top of the ridge was a band of white spires, all different shapes and sizes looking like giant Chess pieces waiting to be manoeuvred for their next move.
What seemed to defy all forces of nature however was how erosion has formed the incredible shapes of these towers. A spire called 'Thor’s Hammer' is a typical example of this, with its large square top sitting atop ...
... the warmth of the fire. After the fire burnt itself out we went to bed early since we had had such a rough night the night before.
Around midnight I woke up and thought to myself, "we are in one of the best places for star-gazing and we went to bed before the sun went down!" So I got out of bed and put on a sweatshirt and walked outside. The stars were unbelievable, the sky was fantastic. But it was about 40 degrees so I quickly crawled back into ...
... outcropping that affords clear sky views everywhere. At 8,176 feet of elevation, we are almost at the highest point of any paved trail.
For sunset, we find a spot to sit at “Inspiration Point”. There are three viewpoints here overlooking the Canyon at different elevations. They are: “Casey is Apprehensive”, “Casey is Anxious”, and “Casey Requires Valium”. As the sun sets behind us, the shadows and angled ...
... our day and we were dressed warmly due to the 7,000 foot altitude. 20 miles out from Jacob we were at 4,000 feet going through Fredonia, AZ.
We turned west out of Fredonia a block north of the sawmill that dominated the business district. Now traveling on H-389 in northernmost Arizona we knew we were getting close to Zion ...