Thursday, March 1, 2018

Arches National Park. Utah. Part 2.

A few months back, the Hawthornes decided to take a trip out west.  For reasons beyond my control, this particular trip was cut short.  Unfortunately, this particular westward adventure was fraught with tension.
 Our trevails began in Memphass

And then there was a somber Vegas.

We had planned to go to California 
and take a drive up the coast and visit places
we hadn't visited on our two previous excursions,
but California was battling wildfires,
so we decided to call it a day
and headed back East after Vegas.

Here's where I left off, my last post,

Arches National Park is located in eastern Utah,
on the Colorado River, 4 miles north of Moab.
It contains spectacular sandstone formations -
over 2000 natural stone arches.
It is a veritable red rock wonderland.

Please enjoy more of the arches.
Part 2.

Notice the rock climbers.

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