In the Must-See-To-Believe department, I came across this cattle crossing sign in southern Utah, somewhere along UT-24 east of Capitol Reef National Park. The road was on top of a narrow mesa, and the edge of the mesa kept getting closer to each side of the road as I continued east. At some point, I … Continue reading Cattle Crossing?
Capitol Reef is a little known National Park in southern Utah on Utah's scenic highway 12, just a pleasant drive northeast of Bryce Canyon. The paved scenic drive is only 8 miles long taking you through endless rock formations of red sandstone. Even though the cliffs rise over 1,000' above the road, after the first … Continue reading Capitol Reef National Park