Monday, October 19, 2015


Over the Fall Break weekend we went camping down in southern Utah, the Burr trail Road to be exact, about 9 miles downhill from Boulder, Utah. The first night I was down there with my daughter and the skies were filled with stars; with a good pair of binoculars we were able to see the Andromeda Galaxy. The next day some more family members came with friends and the weather slowly turned for the worst. Rain storms were on the schedule for the weekend.

We hiked to Calf Creek Falls, six miles round trip of heavy rain and mud filled paths. Here is a picture of the lower falls. Under clear skies it would be worthy of a painting and some day I will have to return to get that done. The upper falls I have heard is even nicer.

This was our camp site…no comment !!!

Richard Boyer

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