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... bit he was convinced I'd be heading down pretty quickly :-) Rounding the last corner of the shelf we finally saw the delicate arch! Such a beautiful sight, so lucky to see it with only a handful of other people and with snow. Very privileged and felt like we had earned it! Coming down was almost as bad - traversing the ice again was just as bad - worse almost, coming down! We were super careful of course and took ages to get back to solid ground. The walk down the slick ...
... Germany but now living in USA. I hope to keep in touch with her. We also saw Pine Tree Arch and Tunnel Arch at this point. So next stop off to see Delicate Arch. This is the one most photographed. We opted for the route indicating the way to it only to find it was a good way off and this was only a viewpoint. Didn't like that idea given we could see numerous people around the Arch in the distance so backtracked to the other carpark where there was a two mile trek to the ...
... motels and hotels were practically chain-free and the bars were just the right amount of hick. We wandered through the streets, enjoying shave ice from a tiny wooden hut on Main Street. It was a taste sensation! Of course I've had slushies in the past, but this was something else. Tiny shavings of ice which, when packed in tight, took on a snow-like consistency. To this soft, powdery mixture, the server added sweet syrup in a huge range of flavours. The small cup was, in ...
... we set off towards Delicate arch where 0.5 mile trail promised great views.
Delicate arch is the most photographed arch in Arches National Park, its a 65-foot (20 m) tall freestanding natural arch pictured in many screensavers. It was mid-day, the temperature was hot, but the 0.5 mile trail wasn't any further than the South Window trail.
Drenching my hat, which was now dry again, I set-off to conquer the trail and get some ...
... mittens, stagecoach mesa and on towards the three sisters; a rock formation which was said by white settles to look like three nuns, however the Navajo think that it looks like a pregnant mother with her husband and small child.
After taking some pictures we drove on further into the valley Darren explained the geology and zoology of the area. Coincidentally just as he’d finished explaining what a desert kit fox was one crossed the road in front ...
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