Last Days at Vedauwoo
This is a hundred yards of so further down my front yard. Odd shapes on that right one.
Well, I haven’t seen hardly any of what I’ve planned to, so the struggle begins for whether to delay my departure awhile. Thing is, if I leave, I’ll have all the more reason to return to “the same old campground year after year” to try to grab another tiny fraction of all there is here. It ain’t just rocks. That’s just what I’m fascinated by on this trip. So, here are a few more snaps of nearby areas, just as I snuck up on them during walks. If you want better, you’ll have to get ’em yourself – something I most highly recommend! Like a few other areas I’ve been to, this place feels like “home”.
Hard to see, but there’s deer peering at me in the bushes at center.
Same deer, better shot. He was part of a small herd heading for and crossing the main road in.
I liked the coloration. Is there copper in these rocks, or what?
This is an impressive place, and there are “tons” of it.
That beetle infestation has taken its toll, I guess.
Fascinating, in some symbolically kinky way. I try not to judge, but isn’t this a family website?
This is right next to a trail branch, and I couldn’t help imagining parking a small rig on top for a few days just to enjoy its difference. It’s one huge span of granite.
Perhaps you might like to pitch a tent under that dark overhang, and pray for no earthquakes.
One rock balanced on top of another. Perhaps they began as one rock, and split.
Really, is there any scientific explanation for this that goes any deeper than “random chance”?
Just a pull-off beside the main road. I like the tilt.