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Free puzzle of the Courthouse Towers rock formation in Arches National Park in Utah. The towers are made of sandstone.

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Starrphyre
Mar 8, 2014
Ah gee. Pictures like this give me the urge to get on the road again. Arches National Park in Utah isn't even all that far from where I live. Utah has some very wonderful sights to see. Sigh.
pixipixil
Jun 25, 2019
Been there twice. Three times to southern Utah. Wish I could live there.
Ever been to Capital Reef? It's another wow. It's only about 3 hours from Arches. We went across UT from Arches and saw the Reef; Bryce; Cedar Breaks and Zion.
It was my favorite trip. We never got to Canyonlands.
aknan
Jun 25, 2019
Pixi, Canyonlands is amazingly magnificent. To stand on the rim and look out over miles of sheer, snaking canyons carved by water - I simply can't describe the feeling of awe this inspired in me. Sorry you missed it - it would have caught your painter's heart completely!
pixipixil
Jun 25, 2019
I'm sure it would, Aknan. I want to go back but this year we plan on the northwest instead. Don't know if I'll be alive long enough to see it again. No real health worries--just a premonition.
aknan
Jun 25, 2019
Do hope you can drive thru the Olympic Nat'l Forest - it's an amazing rain forest in a cool climate. Wish I could recommend some places for you to visit, but it's been over 40 years since I was just touring; now, it's almost all business....
pixipixil
Jun 26, 2019
That's exactly where we're going along with a day side trip to see the waterfalls in Mt. Ranier Park.
We're spending a few days on the SE corner; sw corner and nw corner of Olympic. I'm most interested in the sea stacks and tide pools.
pixipixil
Jun 26, 2019
Did you see both the Quinault and the Hoh? Which is better?
aknan
Jun 27, 2019
Just looked at websites - I think the Hoh might have more meaning for you. Envy you the sea stacks and tide pools. Bring boots!
pixipixil
Jun 27, 2019
Yup. I plan to buy them when we get there.
jas6415
Jan 30, 2018
Love the scenery. Looks almost like the fortress in lord of the rings
trynfindit
Jun 28, 2012
It's wonderful to think of the geologic evolution of such formations.
LuvsWesterns
Jun 28, 2012
The act of creation and change never ends, and it is a glorious and awesome process. "Split the atom's heart, and lo! within it thou wilt find a sun!"
SANTACLAUS
Jun 27, 2012
Found this one easy on the circles but harder for the in between bits. One would get a wee bit thirsty in this shot. A big thank you from me.
mimirudd
Jun 27, 2012
We just got back from a two week trip thru UT, AZ & NV. Don't know if I saw this exact spot, but did see many similar places. Just enough to take your breath away. What a truly magnificant country we are fortunate to live in!
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