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Tag Archives: Red Rock Canyon
Today marks our 39th year of marriage. Trippy! I can’t believe how old that sounds. We decided to take a picturesque road trip on routes some of which we haven’t ever driven (too busy working and raising kids). It was a … Continue reading
I found a few more monsters that were hiding out! This one below is still on the loose, but seems more tame.
I told you monsters lived at Red Rock Canyon! Now here’s proof!
So what do you see in this Red Rock Canyon cave?
There is such variation in color. The blacks, I assume, are basalt. The red has lots of iron. But the sculpting looks rather like Greek temples and other times like monster’s play things. (Since my hubby is having a surgery tomorrow, I … Continue reading
This is perhaps not a typical state park, but its beauty is in the rugged color and texture and the ever-changing erosion of its contours. It has a kind of Flintstonian character, don’t you think? 11-26-11
The monsters underneath your bed used to live here!