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..."For the next two days ravens, jackrabbits, coyotes, and pronghorns were my only company" This is truely the best way to camp. Utah provides heaping helpings of awe inspiring beauty to soak in. Not a bad way to spend a lifetime I think. Thanks for the well written report and beautiful pictures.

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Wow! Lots of support text and super photos of a spectacular region. Very, very well done. Many thanks for this report [emoticon]

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Great information and identical photos. Thanks for sharing.

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Thanks so much for sharing all the neat places to travel to, and all your beautiful photos and informative commentary.

I have been to a little of this area when I was on the Dark Side (owner of a Class B) and can't wait to get back there and really explore it. Your Outfitter looks so nice! But where are the photos of YOU?

Wonderful trip report!

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Posted: 04/25/09 09:28am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Outstanding trip and report. I notice that not a single other person or vehicle interrupted the narrative or pictures. Probably by design, huh?


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WOW nice pictures ! what a beautiful journey ! a dream for me !


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Outstanding photos and travelogue. Impressive. You do live near spectacular country, and have an ideal rig to get out and enjoy it. Thanks for sharing your wonderful world with us.

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I swear there are familiar faces in the rock - Whazoo, is that you?

You saying Whazoo has a face like a rock?

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Awesome trip and photos! I got to experience a little of this a couple weeks back when I took the family on a trip through Zion, Bryce, and Capitol Reef. I was pulling the 5th wheel for this, so no back road excursions this time. This area is so incredibly beautiful and awe inspiring. I will be back with my camper someday!

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cewillis wrote:

You saying Whazoo has a face like a rock?


I did not mean to imply that the estimable Mr. Whazoo has a flinty countenance, merely that he has been recently sighted all over the place, and this leads to many false identifications. Who knows, he could be watching now.... [emoticon]

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