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Debated posting the link to this article due to an interesting statement/possible typo by the author (the Fremont were Caucasian? Who Knew?!?), but it is an exciting find and worth a read: Delta County Independent The Gunnison Gorge National Conservation … Continue reading
Somewhere near the Book Cliffs in Utah..
Horseshoe Canyon–also commonly referred to as Barrier Canyon–is part of Canyonlands National Park. It lies between the San Rafael Swell to the west and the Green River to the east, in southern Utah. In addition to it’s beauty and solitude Barrier Canyon offers … Continue reading