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    Scenic Utah canyon

    Back in April I think we took a little trip up to this canyon. It wasn't on the tw, so if the moderators want to delete it that's fine.
    But I thought some people might enjoy seeing the nice rock formations.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bad luck View Post
    Back in April I think we took a little trip up to this canyon. It wasn't on the tw, so if the moderators want to delete it that's fine.
    But I thought some people might enjoy seeing the nice rock formations.
    Wow! They almost look like giant anthill castings. Total movie material.
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    Great stuff BadLuck. They don't censor artistic photos here just because they lack a TW in them. If it was a problem someone here could PhotoShop you bike in there somewhere.
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    I have a bunch more pics of the canyon, but I just figured out how to get them from my android phone to the mac computer.
    Or else I would have posted them back in April.
    I'll try to post a few more with my wife in them for scale.
    One thing that Utah is good at, is erosion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bad luck View Post
    One thing that Utah is good at, is erosion.


    Bwahaha.

    Canyon rock formations look spooky sinister. Should have named this place Goblin SP instead. Very neat looking though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bad luck View Post
    One thing that Utah is good at, is erosion.
    Yep; It has eroded some paint, plastic, metal and skin on the Moab rides!
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    Quote Originally Posted by old w/?? View Post
    Yep; It has eroded some paint, plastic, metal and skin on the Moab rides!
    Yes, TW erosion in Moab Utah.

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    Those rock formations look like the bad scenery/no $$$ budget from "The Outer Limits" or "Lost In Space".
    I mean the originals from the 1960's.

    Very cool.
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    Fascinating erosion! We have some interesting sandstone erosion features along the shoreline near Nanaimo and the Gulf Islands, but nothing quite as gnarly as what you found. Thanks for posting them!
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