Toadstools

Toadstools

Toadstools

The afternoon of our second day in Southern Utah was spent, again, in Arizona, hiding out from a driving rain and windstorm in Page, after stopping off at Glen Canyon Dam. Before the winds blew us back across the border, and before we’d fight our way westward again while doing our best to avoid being run off the road by a car sporting Florida plates and a driver determined to run off just about everybody he passed, we spent the morning off Highway 89 just past the Pariah Ranger Station hiking into The Toadstools. It’s a relatively easy hike back into a small valley of surreal hoodoos and balancing rocks, and it was a bit crazy to think it was such a short distance off the highway yet felt like you had arrived on a different planet entirely.

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