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14 travelers at this place:

  • Day12

    Animals on our journey

    June 28, 2016 in the United States

    Special post for Joy! We've seen:
    * cows
    * horses, including a baby foal
    * sheep, including baby lambs
    * elk
    * mule deer
    * ravens
    * quite a few lizards
    * insects - neat beetles, giant orange stink bug, cicadas, grasshoppers, giant bumble bees, several types of butterflies, gnats, (fortunately almost no mosquitoes)
    * wild turkey
    * peregrine falcon
    * chipmunks
    * ground squirrels
    * Jack rabbit
    * quite a few birds
    * hummingbird
    * frogs & tadpoles
    * marmots
    * family of quail
    * pronghorns
    * prairie dog (we think)
    * hawks
    * vultures
    * eagle
    * fox (deceased)
    * blue jay

    Was really hoping to see condors, but no luck. Kids want to see a bighorn, but we struck out there too. Gave up on seeing a snake! Couldn't even score a (domesticated) bison, but did pretty well overall!

    Wildest of anything we saw was probably our children!! Haha! :-)
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  • Day29

    Auf dem Weg nach Torrey

    May 29 in the United States

    Der Weg nach Torrey war eine Scenic Road (Nr. 12) mit abwechslungsreicher Landschaft, es gab immer wieder Look-outs. Wir machten noch einen Abstecher zu dem Red Canyon. Die Road 12 führte teilweise auf einem spektakulären Grat entlang und führte wieder hoch in die Berge mit vielen Birkenbäumen. Mittlerweile war das Fahren im Camper für die Kinder kein Problem mehr, wir hörten grössenteils Hörspiele, und so war die Fahrt auch für sie kurzweilig. An einem wunderschön gelegenen Campingplatz mit Pool verbrachten wir den Abend und die Nacht, dort hoppelten auch wilde Hasen herum und die Kinder konnten Kolibris beobachten.Read more

  • Day26

    04-26 Goblin Valley & Wild Horse slot

    April 26 in the United States

    Left Moab about 9am, drove thru Sand Flat State rec area - tons of OHV and mtn biking in huge sliprock terrain. Drove out to I-70 and over to Goblin Valley State Park. Parked at Observation Pt and hiked around the "goblin valleys" - no trail, just free to wander in ther formations. Ate lunch in the car and drove just outside park to Little Wild Horse canyon- a slot canyon hike we had heard about. Great hike. Started up sandy, rocky dry wash that finally narrows to a cool shaded skinny slot canyon. Walked to the end where it opens again and then turned back to return (about 4 mi. rt). Could have looked back thru Bell csnyon but we're didn't have time for 8 mi hike. Drive to Capitol Reef, stopped at closed z visitor center, drive around Fruita campground area and then out to Torrey. Stayed at Broken Spur Inn, nice big room. Dinner at some cafe in Torrey.Read more

You might also know this place by the following names:

Torrey, توري, توری، یوتا, 84775, Тори, 托里

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