Bears Ears Monument Utah

autostaretx

Erratic Member
If/when you're in that area, drop in at the Dinosaur Museum in Blanding Utah.

--dick
 

glasseye

Well-known member
Superb article. Brilliant production. Sad, sad story.
Thanks, fosterama!
 

fosterama

Member
We're heading out to SE Utah Tuesday after a much needed late fall snow hopefully tamping down some of the fires in Colorado.
Highs will be in the low 60's near Bluff and Bears Ears after a brief snowy cold spell this weekend- it will be a nice escape from from election news and urban drama.
Looking forward to some desert layed back time!

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glasseye

Well-known member
Yer killin' me! :crazywife:
 

fosterama

Member
Hey Glasseye,
Rightfully so- we can't travel to Canada and the great white north with the border ban on us covid spiking americans!
Have to make do with what we've got here (not so bad) in the somewhat warmer climes for adventure for now...
 

technoCrank

Member
Just wrapped up a whirlwind trip thru southern Utah, boondocking mainly.
Zion, Bryce, Capitol Reef (south and north), CanyonLands (north and south),
Arches, finally Bears Ears, Comb Wash, Valley of the Gods and Monument Valley.
A lot of red rock cliffs and canyons...and red dust.
I offer without comment this monolith from Arches....
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