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This is tower ruin located in Beef Basin near Canyonlands National Park. It is one of the few
story ruins around. The logs you see on the ground were what separated the floors, but have long
fallen to the ground. It is amazing that these walls have stood as long as they have.
This was taking at the Standing Rock campsite in the Maze District of Canyonlands
This was taken overlooking the main part of the maze in the Maze District of Canyonlands
The dollhouse 1 campsite in the Maze District of Canyonlands
This is Beehive Arch located in the Maze District of Canyonlands National Park
This is a mesa near Robbers Roost area
This is the crystal pool hot spring located in Death Valley National Park
The Wizard Pool
This is the wizard pool hot spring located in Death Valley National Park
This is a nice seep in Mecklvoy Canyon in Death Valley. You would think there is not much water
in Death Valley, but once you get up into the higher canyons, you find quite a few nice streams
coming down from the high mountains above. Quite refreshing on a hot day.
This is taken from the hiking trail heading up from Spanish Bottom out in the Maze District of
Canyonloands National Park.
These are a stand of Bristlecone Pines located in Great Basin National Park. These are some of the
oldest known living trees in North America.