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... side as it seemed that it was warmer on the other side and I could again sleep in the back of my truck. I enjoy camping in the back of my truck much better than staying at the motels. The view of the mountains and the wide vista all along my route was incredible. On the way down the other side of the mountain range the road followed the Colorado River. It seems to be a theme of my travels following great rivers ...
... by 40 miles (121 by 64 km), consists of a giant dome-shaped anticline of sandstone, shale, and limestone that was pushed up during the Paleocene Laramide Orogeny 40-60 million years ago. Since that time, infrequent but powerful flash floods have eroded the sedimentary rocks into numerous valleys, canyons, gorges and buttes. Part of the Swell has geographic features that resemble the planet Mars.
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... any future American road trippers.....drive to Colorado....ignore every American idiot claiming you have to go because of the legalized recreational drug use and go because standing on the edge of a canyon formed over millions of years and looking over the seemingly endless expanse of land is worth more than seeing millions of pictures and hearing thousands of stories. It is a must see! Tomorrow we tackle an 8 hour gruelling drive to Flagstaff. Not keen. Barney ...
Headed out this morning towards Moab. I did see a huge arch on the way but could not get into Arches or Canyonlands NPs . . . I am definitely going to come back to Utah and see this stuff some time. Heading out of Moab I took a route that followed the Colorado river. The river is much smaller than I imagined . . . More the size of the Great Miami or Fox rivers than the Ohio or Mississippi. ...
... tour at West Fruita Entrance and immediately began climbing up the plateau and passed Balanced Rock which was a huge boulder poised on the edge of the plateau. Then we went through 2 tunnels blowing our horn as the bus was too big to allow two-way traffic. We went into the campground to Book Cliffs View but we couldn't see the cliffs very well because of the rain. It rained almost all day, just a steady drizzle. Next we stopped at the Visitor's ...