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“Dead Horse Point State Park is a state park of Utah in the United States, featuring a dramatic overlook of the Colorado River and Canyonlands National Park. The park covers 5,362 acres of high desert at an altitude of 5,900 feet.” Text courtesy of Wikipedia UT-NP70-001

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Zion National Park When we were walking on the trail of Riverside Walk in Zion National Park, it took us one hour to the entrance of “The Narrows”. The high mountains blocked out the sunshine when we walked on the trail. The color changed so differently. Well, I cannot forget this picture when I arrived…

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Glen Canyon National Reserve Located in southeastern and south central Utah and northwestern Arizona within the Vermilion Cliffs area. An immense area located north of the Grand Canyon, it too was carved by the Colorado River. Horseshoe Bend is one of God’s finest creations in the United States in Page, AZ. UT-NP24-001

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Hope to Visit Soon IMAGE Courtesy of Pixabay Utah Artwork Capitol Reef This unique park, which I have not had the pleasure of visiting yet, is primarily made of three districts: the Fruita Area, the Waterpocket District and Cathedral Valley, each with their own attitude and opportunities. Fruita Area is definitely the most easily accessible…

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Canyonlands National Park Worshiping Sunrise, Mesa Arch, CanyonLands NP (Utah). When we came here we had no idea how beautiful it was going to be, until we experienced it for ourselves. As you can see it is God’s creation worshiping him. Because He is truly the light of the world. Praise God. UT-NP09-001

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Bryce Canyon Hoodoos are very famous at Bryce Canyon. We don’t know where it came from. A story said they were Indians, the Legend People, and they did something bad and God turned them all into rocks… very interesting story. However, when you really look into the rock, they are so many and just look…

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Arches Arches national park lies on top an underground evaporate layer or salt bed, which is the main cause of the formation of the arches, spires, balanced rocks, sandstone fins, and eroded monoliths in the area. It is a dynamic – ever changing – land with new forming and disappearing arches, spires, fins, windows, pinnacles, and…

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