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... 2600 acres of desert given over to recreational use for OHVs. From a distance it looked like we were about to drive into a sandstorm. Then, drawing closer the landscape looked lunar and the tumbleweeds were frantic! Further along the highway we could see behind the dunes there was an RV gathering- an RV settlement. No doubt there were ATVs tearing around adding to the dust storm being created by the wind. The tyre tracks up the "hills" showed some of the drivers were having ...
... little traffic as I drove south toward the upper end of Lake Powell. I stopped at the Hite Overlook and ate a banana. As I approached the intersection of 95 and 264 I could see a shower in the distance. I was making good time so I took the turn to Natural Bridges NM. Here I was able to enjoy the loop drive, a few short walks to the bridges and view points and in doing so, I allowed the storm ...
... have formed a plethora of shapes and patterns in the stone. As our elevation changed, so did the geology. And the sun's light played tricks with colors as we moved in and out of the shadows of the canyon walls. At times the walls were flat and vertical, others were softly curved and waved. The canyon floor at points would seem wide enough to drive a car (not that you could get one there) and then it would narrow down to a width that was no wider than my shoe. Often ...
... time to get back on the river there was a ducky waiting for me. I rode it the rest of the way through beautiful scenic canyons, calm water and swift rapids to the take out below Swazey Rapids, our last big rapid challenge of the day. It was lots of fun for all of us. We agreed that we need to include an event like this at future gatherings.
Almost next door to the Holiday River store is the JW Powell Museum. It was a no brainer to make a stop there. The stop turned ...
... as the rain fell. When the rain stopped and our personal stream had stopped running so furiously, we carried on down to the trailhead. Shortly before we reached the trailhead, the thunder started again and we were caught in another downpour.
The rest of the drive on HWY 24 was spectacular. The red rock changed to red and yellow, red and gray, with large black boulders lying willy nilly. Then we got into an area that looked ...
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