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Today’s Photo: Pecked Steps on Comb Ridge

We came across these pecked steps on the way back down from “The Procession Panel” near the crest of Comb Ridge, San Juan County, Utah.

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A Trip to Long Fingers Ruin

In May of this year we met with a couple of friends from Seattle, Nancy and Pokey, and headed up Butler Wash to do some hiking on Comb Ridge.  This particular day our goal was Long Fingers Ruin–a medium sized, … Continue reading

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The Moki, Moqui, Mokee Dugway…

I will always remember the first time I looked down the Mokee Dugway.  I was starting off my summer, working as a seasonal ranger on Cedar Mesa.  As we stood on the edge of the drop-off Laura, my supervisor and one of … Continue reading

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The Procession Panel

Last month we took a quick trip down to do some exploring on Comb Ridge, in San Juan County, Utah. The Comb is a geological “wonder” extending north to south, over 160 kilometers in southern Utah and northern Arizona. My goal for this trip was the Procession Panel.. Continue reading

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