Oct. 3-10 2020

We left off on UT 211 approaching Canyonlands National Park.

The next few pictures continue the road to Canyonlands, so peep.

And weep.

And oggle-beep.

You'll also notice that a couple photos along this stretch have a significant amount of haze!

Ruin! The magic word!

This trail (a people's road) is called Roadside Ruin Trail.

This must be the ruin.

An unpaved road at Canyonlands.

The unpaveyness continues.

I can't figure out exactly where the unpaved road is. Can you? If poo.

This mystery tour continues.

I don't know what this is called, but I think I sat at the base of it and read a book for a couple hours.

This is a very primitive road, but despite the Salt Creek label, I can't figure out where it is.

This looks like some kind of gecko or newt. Not Newt Gingrich. Just a newt.

The very strenuous Cave Spring Trail brang us here to this cowboy camp that was inhabited from the late 19th century to the 1960s.

Another Cave Spring alcove. That word is not alpove like everyone in college said. It's alcove.

This looks like water pooling in an alcove.

The road curves and forms a bridge.

The sign urges wilderness protection.

We're not done with Canyonlands yet!

Another mystery photo.

More Canyonlands scenery.

This road runs quite a ways to the northwest to a Colorado River overlook.

Probably back east on UT 211. Bye, Canyonlands, bye!

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