Blanding Super 8 Motel
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... mesas, buttes, bluffs or mountains. And the colours! Red, pink, vermillion, grey, white – I snapped happily, too happily I think because I have far too many photos.
Cutting through the land are rivers and canyons of varying depths. We pulled off the road at Horseshoe Bend, where I stayed in the car park while David can describe what he saw: 'The short walk in to this bend in the Colorado River was steepish and unshaded, but hugely worth it. As you reach ...
... the sheep, it kept moving away and soon had led the scout off the slick rocks to a path that they to could use to head east!
They created a settlement at Bluff and became farmers and traders. They believed in feeding the Indians, not fighti/ng with them, and never took retribution if an Indian killed one of their people. They remained on good relations. Here are examples of Ute and ...
... as a road car our Jeep is adequate, but lacks a few bells and whistles, switching across to proper 4x4 drive I was really impressed by its capability. The main 17 mile loop around the valley, used by the tours too, was a mixture of gravel, rock and deep sand but we made it around and even managed it up a steep hill that other much larger 4x4s had problems on. We must of spent a couple of hours driving around. I'm so pleased we used our own vehicle. All the tour ...
... Well worth the break. Drove through some fierce storms before stopping for the night at Blanding. Blanding is close to Monuments national park which is planned for tomorrow. Mexican for dinner, Karen had an Indian (Navajo) taco - yum. Rained all night. RV park wifi only works with your phone pressed against the RV office window. Our site was the furthest in the park from the office, and everybody else. Obviously funny accents = axe ...
... and bacteria.Cyanobacteria, previously called blue-green algae, are one of the oldest known life forms. It is thought that these organisms were among the first land colonizers of the earth's early land masses, and played an integral role in the formation and stabilization of the earth's early soils. Extremely thick mats of these organisms converted the earth's original carbon ...