Castillo De Las Rocas
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... of the early settlers. On our way back we visited The Gifford Homestead . This was an early Mormon settlement where Calvin Pendleton and his two wives plus heaven knows how many children lived . They came to escape the persecution in the rest of the States. The hard life to make a living from the land was evident and the house had artefacts from the home . An additional bonus was that as well as souvenirs they ran a homemade bakery so we succumbed and purchased scones ...
... National Park. Our hotel was a bit of a dump so we headed straight into 'town' for a very good Indian and a squizz at the hundred or so tourist shops.
The next morning our hotel was still a dump so we stooped to stopping at Starbucks (needs must) before driving into the National Park. It was pretty cold with clouds hanging very low over the 10,000ft plus peaks so no hiking undertaken. We drove the Trail Ridge Road which climbs to a peak of ...
... thanks Nikon, thanks a lot. Canyonlands is equally self explanatory and the vast expanse of desert which has the snaking river carving the huge Canyon is impressive enough to rival the Grand Canyon. It is also home to an arch which has the sun rise through the middle of it which after camping in the park we woke to see the next day and was littered with photographers capturing this pretty mesmerising view. A fantastic few days for ...
... decision, but knew we had for the simple comfort of a bed!
While Jen and the campers went to pitch their tents in the dark, the softy deserters among us stayed to clean up. As we were doing do, we heard a sudden whoosh of water, and thought that the rain had started again. However, on rushing out from under the pavilion to check on the progress, we realised that it was the river at the edge of the campground. In a matter of seconds, it had gone from ...
... unstable, and the salt bed lying below Arches was no match for the weight of this thick cover of rock. The salt layer shifted, buckled, liquefied, and repositioned itself, thrusting the rock layers upwards as domes, and whole sections fell into the cavities."
The result is huge, and I mean huge, structures in various shapes projecting from the dessert floor like monuments to the Gods. The park is ...
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