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... color for some reason, and blends in perfectly with spectacular rock formation after spectacular rock formation. The road follows in between mountains sometimes and is cut through at others. There are two tunnels, one short one and one that is over a mile long and is curved and sloped. Both are just cut into the rock and are unlit.
We stopped at many scenic turnouts along the road and took lots of pictures. At several time we ...
... more of an ear of corn. I think it would be better named the Corncob Mesa but I don't think the name will change anytime soon.
Our afternoon hike was steep and sandy with a few wooden, overhanging walkways and cliffside drops. I went slowly and hugged the upside edges while Victor continually remarked, justifiably, at what a whimp I am. He thought I was joking with him about my fear but after I moved ...
Hiked 2.5 miles up the Narrows in Zion NP, we opted to rent the dry suit, special shoes and walking stick. Beautiful canyon, wish I would have hiked farther up and stayed a few more days. Can't remember where we had dinner but we ordered up a lot of food and a pitcher of local beer, nice way to end the day. Tons of rain on our way back to Cedar City, UT, glad we weren't in canyon when it was coming ...
... signature of three monuments are: East Mitten Butte, Merrick Butte and Elephant Butte. Monument Valley (Navajo, meaning valley of the rocks) is the region of the Colorado Plateau characterized by a cluster of vast sandstone buttes, the largest reaching 1000 feet above the valley floor. It is located on the Arizona-Utah state line, near the four corners ...
... ingredients for tomorrow's picnic. We tasted American Cheddar before we bought and yes it had some taste! But Utah only allows wine to be sold in a liquor store and they are only open between 11am and 7pm and not on Sundays so up we missed the window of opportunity since the hour has moved on and we are an hour later than in California! No wine here until Monday morning. We have milk but that was tricky as it only comes in quart or gallon ...