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... rain. The top of the hoodoo is often of denser rock that keeps everything up, until it eventually falls down!
The rest of these pictures are from other viewing points and hopefully give you an idea of the colour variations, shape variations, distance to canyon floor (1000 ft?) etc.
Although there were lots of caution signs, ...
... come across. Lots of visitors bring in photos and ask us to make an identification. Chipmunks and squirrels frequent the park. Many live close to the rim. The average person will have difficulty distinguishing one from the other because they are both small in size and have cute little bushy tails. They dart around the rim of the canyon as well as throughout the forest. They can climb trees with ease and dine on vegetation and seeds. They are cute little beggars ...
... and drinking now and doesn't seem to be dragging her back legs as much. So we're cautiously optimistic about her prognosis. The elevation here is 8,520 feet, which is the highest elevation where we've stayed so far -- it makes going up a flight of stairs seem like 10 flights! High temperatures are predicted to be in the mid-70's, lows in the high-40's, and partly cloudy with some periodic ...
... and flowers but also the familiar multi colored red/pink rocks. Then the further we drive we come across corridors of black rock. After a stop at Navajo Lake we find out it's the result of volcanic activity over 1000 years ago. Lastly we we travel part of Scenic Byway 14 which take us to our camp site. ...
... along the way heading back north. We could have done this in Victor's truck but I liked the idea of having someone else drive so we both could enjoy the view. The bus driver did double-duty as the guide. I was very impressed with the depth and breadth of his knowledge about the area. He covered everything from geologic formations to the difference in pine trees to which western film was made where. He talked ...