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Pictures ----- a change of pace;

Posted: Sun Mar 29, 2015 3:32 pm
by mustang
Some of the country we have ridden is kind of easy on the eyes. We always enjoyed seeing new country and southern Utah seems to have a lot of great scenery. This slot canyon is a little north of Kanab, only a few miles from the Arizona boarder.

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My grand daughter and son,, a few years back.
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Note the driftwood log high over head. The flood water must have been running fast and deep to put it there.

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Ol Blue made it possible to see a lot of Utah's realestate. We chased few cows and roped a few heals along the way. It was a lot of fun and made a bunch of memorys.
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Re: Pictures ----- a change of pace;

Posted: Sun Mar 29, 2015 4:15 pm
by gcreekrch
Great photos Mustang. That is a part of the world I would enjoy seeing in person one day.

I hope H isn't too far past the dementia he has now by the time I'm old enough to retire and wander. I'll need a guide..................

Re: Pictures ----- a change of pace;

Posted: Sun Mar 29, 2015 6:31 pm
by Faster horses
Oh. Wow. Isn't nature amazing! We are like gcreek, we gotta see that someday....probably sooner than
him....as we are older.....much older....sigh.... :D

Re: Pictures ----- a change of pace;

Posted: Sun Mar 29, 2015 8:50 pm
by Big Muddy rancher
Pretty and pretty wild country,

Re: Pictures ----- a change of pace;

Posted: Mon Mar 30, 2015 4:03 pm
by leanin' H
gcreekrch wrote:Great photos Mustang. That is a part of the world I would enjoy seeing in person one day.

I hope H isn't too far past the dementia he has now by the time I'm old enough to retire and wander. I'll need a guide..................


I will be able to find my way back but I doubt I could get you home! :D Come on out. We can get lost together.

Re: Pictures ----- a change of pace;

Posted: Mon Mar 30, 2015 6:50 pm
by burnt
Stunning scenery! They look pretty high -30 - 40' in places? Can you ride a horse all the way through one of those slots?

Thanks for posting them mustang.

Re: Pictures ----- a change of pace;

Posted: Mon Mar 30, 2015 8:22 pm
by gcreekrch
leanin' H wrote:
gcreekrch wrote:Great photos Mustang. That is a part of the world I would enjoy seeing in person one day.

I hope H isn't too far past the dementia he has now by the time I'm old enough to retire and wander. I'll need a guide..................


I will be able to find my way back but I doubt I could get you home! :D Come on out. We can get lost together.


Never been lost.......... slightly bewildered for 3 or 4 days ............. but never lost. :wink:

Re: Pictures ----- a change of pace;

Posted: Mon Mar 30, 2015 9:54 pm
by mustang
burnt wrote:Stunning scenery! They look pretty high -30 - 40' in places? Can you ride a horse all the way through one of those slots?

Thanks for posting them mustang.


This one, like most have a "jump" along the way, usually neat the top where they narrow down, that would keep rider from getting out the upper end. We have ridden through one below Boulder Utah, in Wolverine Canyon. It narrows to about seven or eight feet for about a quarter mile. There is another one called Wide Mouth Canyon that I hiked down and back through. Had I known what it was like, I'd have ridden my horse through it.

Re: Pictures ----- a change of pace;

Posted: Tue Mar 31, 2015 8:34 am
by Mike
I'm in awe!

Re: Pictures ----- a change of pace;

Posted: Wed Apr 01, 2015 6:24 am
by Soapweed
Quite the country. Thanks for the tour. It looks like a great place to visit and explore.