I am just back from another long walk and don’t have much time to get a post written.
I have some ideas for some posts but they all need a little bit more work and are not quick writes.
So, here are some images from the latest segment of my Virtual Hike. This segment is from Halls Crossing, Utah to the Four Corners Monument.
This is the view from the beginning of this segment at Halls Crossing. I had just crossed over the ferry from Bullfrog. See: Virtual Hike to Bullfrog
This image and the next one are just a bit off of the highway that I have been following, but there is no Street View on the highway so I have to rely on Photo Sphere images. This is a place called Big Pour Off Spring and is very beautiful. Go to Google Maps and find this as you can pan through a 360 view from the spot.
This image was taken by the same person as the previous one and is from the Grand Gulch Primitive Area. Here are some petroglyphs on the wall of one of the canyons. It would be really cool to see some of these in person instead of just virtually 🙂
This image brings back a lot of memories. I have driven across many cattle guards in my life. Especially while growing up in Kansas. You would have to be very careful driving in this area as you are entering open range country. No fences along the highway to keep cattle off of the road.
The coloring of the land here also reminds me of Red Dirt Country in Kansas.
I still have a long way to go to the Four Corners Monument, but will hopefully get a lot of walking in this week and make some progress toward the goal.