Folks, here’s the thing about traveling certain parts of Utah's Highway 12. There are scenes which remind of childhood days at the Saturday matinee. Days where we soaked up black and white Western movies, like “Stagecoach,” featuring John Wayne, against alien looking landscapes with massive rocky spires, etc. The missing component in those movies was color, which was remorsefully absent in black and white flicks of the 1940s era.
Fast forward to today’s world. When given the opportunity to actually encounter the landscape, one easily is overwhelmed by exquisite attention grabbing color, at every twist and turn along Utah’s unfurled ribbons of road. At times they appear as sandcastles in the sky, while at others it reminds of Neapolitan ice cream with all three layers (strawberry, vanilla and chocolate).
Wait a minute. is that The Lone Ranger at the base of those bluffs? Wait up, Tonto?. . .I’m on my way!
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