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... taking route 191 all of the way from border-to-border. I decided to take it all the way down to Douglas, AZ. Along the way today was Flaming Gorge - do you believe the visitors center was out of post cards! Hopefully I will make it to northern AZ ...
Four Corners is also associated with Wellington, UT as well since it touches Utah. I opt to walk around the entire vending area with a first stop at the Navajo Fried Bread booth. I got myself a very tasty chunk of fried bread sprinkled with sugar and cinnamon. Yum! I figure I better get my tourist picture of the tried and true "I can stand in four states at once pose". My pose is simple though; just straddle the state lines and wallah! ...
Today was a travel day as we start to make our way to some of the Utah National Parks. The day started out normally, but as we were leaving Jackson, a man in the car next to us indicated that our rear tire was low. So we returned to the gas station we had just left to put air in the tire. Mission accomplished and we were on our way. About 40 miles down the road, another ...
Utah is beautiful. As it started to get light this morning and people began to wake up, a lot of us grabbed our cameras and rushed to the lounge car to get a better view. It’s a sleepy crowd in here that is quietly enjoying the coming sunrise. The rock formations here are similar to some of the red rock formations you see in Arizona, but without the red and they also look sharper, almost sheared ...
... in three days was amazing. We rode through a large canyon almost the entire time, passing through the Wasatch Mountains in the Utah Valley.
It was stunning. On the Northwest side the mountains were green and lush and snow-covered. On the Southeast side they were dry and rocky, with large crumbling canyons on both sides. I'm not exactly a rock climber, but there were some slabs that looked like really ...