I own no land, instead I have wheelestate. I’ve been a full time RVer since 1997. Working summers as a Park Ranger takes me to many beautiful places and playing during the winter takes me to many more. This blog is simply the story of my life's adventures.


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Monday, October 31, 2011

Our World–Coral Pink Sand Dunes

01 Coral Pink Sand Dunes SP UT pano (1024x331)
Pioneers called it The Sand Hills and the Paiute called it Na-tur-rip or Sandy Land.  Read more.


RoeH said...

I have been back and forth on that highway so many times I could not count them. My car knows the way by itself. Yet I have never taken that turn into the coral sand dunes. Frustrates me when I think how much we miss driving somewhere and not seeing all there is to see. Time seems to win out.

Sylvia K said...

Such a marvelous, informative and interesting post and your photos are superb as always! Hope your week is off to a great start! Enjoy!


Arija said...

I do so love your informative posts. Great sand dunes and the little animals were in all probability nocturnal. I have witnessed similar tracks in our sandy deserts.
Great post Gaelyn as always.

KT said...

Keep posting about the Kanab area! We are planning on our rim-to-rim hike in May, and then to dwaddle in the Kanab/Zion areas for a few more days. You are giving me so many great ideas!!

Dawn Fine said...

Have never been to that area..Must put that on our list. Love the rocks found.

Barb said...

Look at all those different sands - how intriguing! I like the little paw prints going into the grasses.

Firefly the Travel Guy said...

Another natural marvel. Looks like the beach although its desert. The stones are very interesting. Would love to collect a few, but I imagine one isn't allowed to.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

That's interesting, very cool. Geology is fascinating. We met with a customer's geologists last week and it was fascinating how they talked about different formations and how they rise and descend thousands of feet of millions of years.

Quiet Paths said...

Pretty amazing color of sand. Is it unique to that area? You find the coolest rocks.

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