Like Chocolate

Ulrich and I stayed in Hanksville for three days—there’s food, gas, groceries, a campground, motels, and it’s relatively close to wonderful places like Goblin Valley State Park and Horseshoe Canyon.

We drove to Horseshoe one morning, an isolated part of Canyonlands National Park and famous for its petroglyphs. The hike to the bottom of the canyon is fairly strenuous, and rock walls tower above as you walk a sandy wash. Evidence of recent rain was everywhere, and because it resembled chocolate I was drawn to mud.


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