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Thursday, November 19, 2009

Driving to Duck Creek Village



In Cedar City, we turned off I-15 and onto Cedar Canyon Road, headed to Dixie National Forest.
Into the mountains!



What a gorgeous, gorgeous drive!



I knew it would be good when we went by the "Snow Chains Required Nov-April" sign.



Did you know that 70% of the land in Utah is owned/managed by the government? (Thanks wiki!)



I'd like to buy that mountain though!



Reminds me of a mini Grand Canyon.



Which reminds me I still need to go and see the original Grand Canyon.



Stunning- I really, really want to move to the mountains, somewhere, anywhere!



Eek! We are officially in the middle of a canyon. Sorry about the windshield glare.



We kept going up and then finally went around a bend and say this-



It's called Cedar Canyon Road, so I can only assume this is Cedar Breaks.



The light dusting of snow was the perfect photo-op.



I was unusually amused with this sideways-S sign and all the snow on the ground.



I'd have pitched a tent right there on the side of the road if I wasn't riding in the car with our client.



Ack! All the snow! Luckily, this was near the summit and where we were going was much warmer and the recent snows had all melted.

GOOD NEWS OF THE DAY: The nursing home where my grandparents are is throwing a Thanksgiving dinner this evening & we're invited.

1 comment:

Dennis the Vizsla said...

White stuff! I remember that white stuff!