Blue Mountain Horsehead Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... road so we had plenty of opportunities for taking pictures. This is a valley road, so we are in the canyon looking up at all the formations. The formations were spectacular!
We decided that since there was practically no traffic on the road, and since we had stopped at all the scenic views on the way down the road, that we would ride back non-stop with the GoPro on the handlebars and we video the entire ride back. The video ...
... tells a story.
The petroglyphs were carved by Native Americans during both the prehistoric and historic periods. There are over 650 rock art designs. The drawings on the rock are of different
animals, human figures, and symbols. These carvings include pictures of deer, buffalo, and pronghorn antelope. Some glyphs ...
... and stuck right now. I need to get out but the only way is by my own volition. ..... I decided to try hitch hiking. As I was biking away from the Hite campground, two touring cyclist rolled in. They didn't stop to chat. I was disappointed. The area of Hite is not busy at all. A car or a couple motorcycles would pass every 10 minutes. I found a scrap piece of cardboard on which I wrote "Blanding" and stood out on ...
... no Verizon service. But as we got farther up the highway the landscape change into some of the most beautiful formations and mesas. It was truly worth the trip. And even into Utah it was great. We stopped in Blanding, UT. for the night. The day was not a waste for the views on 191 north. But it is a little chilly here and would not be a comfortable nite in a tent. Tonite was a tent night, but we decided to motel it. If any of you have read Tony Hillerman's Navajo ...
... him singing 3 songs in the Indian style and playing the flute in a huge cave with a hole in the top of it where the wind whistles through. Extremely moving. We then moved onto another cave where there were 3 other guides with a load of German/Swiss/Austrian tourists. The guides played the drums and sang and then the tourists sang one of their traditional songs in return.
Spotted some wild horses – I’m having horse withdrawal syptoms!. ...