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... one on top.Being a Saturday there were lots of people around National Parks. A ticket for $60 buys entry to all American Parks. Seniors less and handicapped are free.Onto Windows Arches where we had to walk up formed pathways to view, however there was an option of viewing from the back and coming back to the carpark on "the primitive trail". Well we did, and as it became less visible and no sight of anyone else we started to get a bit worried. Soon joined by another stray couple ...
... chance to see. We watched a very black, huge and fast moving storm as it crossed the canyon where it had been sunny just moments before, then as it passed on, a rainbow appeared. I also got to enjoy seeing Jon sprinting to a good spot near the edge of the canyon to catch with his camera this amazing sight before it was gone.
Canyonlands is much larger than Arches. ...
... 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 ...
... Point Overlook which involved about a 1 hour + walk. It was fairly easy with stairs along the way, although being up at 6,000 ft, along with the heat, I really felt it today. (Much of our walking/hiking has been at about this altitude and it is easy to underestimate its effect on me.) They also make the walk clear by placing cairns at regular intervals. At the end we scrambled up the rocks for the final view. It was very extensive although we preferred ...
... 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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