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... most enormous iced cinnamon bun to share for lunch. Clearly we had to earn such an indulgence so off to hike to Hickmans Bridge which is a natural bridge made of stone. I had the trail guide so off we climbed in significant heat noting the wildlife and points of interest along the way. We found the arch and then a shady spot amongst the rocks to picnic with views as always here quite something. Our morning was now well and truly over and we still had some miles to ...
... 500 feet with varying scenery of Alpine Tundra, the neighbouring peaks, shimmering golden mountain sides of quaking Aspen and Pine trees and various valleys and rivers. It was very beautiful - but in parts the cloud was so thick you couldn't see off the side of the road.
We saw quite a few Elks, both male and female by the side of the road. But best of all was when we wheeled into our hotel carpark a herd of Elk were calmly wandering through the carpark! ...
... to a raging torrent that was flowing violently past us, pulling plants and stones into its strong currents. The water continued to rise as we watched, getting closer and closer to spilling over the edge. Fortunately, the tents had been pitched on the higher ground and we were soon rescued by the gang who took us to our hotel, where we fell gratefully into our soft beds with clean sheets and fluffy pillows and drifted off into a contented, damp-free sleep.
States added: Arkansas ...
... the multiple arches formed in this process. These arches are not always easy to view. They frequently require a hike of from half a mile to 4 miles to get close to them. I am not going to attempt to describe them, I am simply going to post photos. Just keep in mind that these structures are HUGE.
We got back to our hotel by 4 PM and settled in to plan the next few days. Tomorrow, Canyonlands National Park. ...
Last night we decided to let the kids sleep in and just unwind until late afternoon, when the temperatures would be cooler (hopefully) to see Canyonlands NP.
We're recalling a line from Disney’s Peter Pan movie. You may recall that the Darling children end up in an Indian encampment. And the Indians (yes, very politically incorrect) sing a song, "What Makes the Red Man Red?" Well, we can tell you what makes the red man red ...
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