Day 12: Capitol Reef
Some huge sandstone formations as we enter Capitol Reef National Park. This
one kinds looks like the Capitol Building, but I think Bryce Canyon looked
more like a reef...
Nops readjusts the Goldfish box in the back seat.
First there is a mountain, then there is no mountain, then there is.
Some cool ridged rock formation.
The twin rocks.
Red hills and sunshine. The sun is, indeed, a very groovy fellow.
Salt deposits on the side of the road.
Ruffles have ridges.
The scenic back road we used to tour the park before hitting up our camp
site near the entrance.
We head over to Sunset Point to see the sun set, but are a little early.
The lighting is still pretty dramatic.
DEEP THOUGHT: "I think my new thing will be to try to be a real happy guy.
I'll just walk around being real happy until some jerk says something stupid
The campsite we set up and then found our tent blown over at like a bunch of
Day 13: July 10, 2005
A deer helps itself to the pick your own fruit orchard.
Petroglyphs outside the entrance to the park.
A weird tree across the street from the petroglyphs.
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