PART ONE: Like St. George, Utah’s Color Country, Zen Trail, and Virgin River Canyon All Rolled Up Into One . . . Only Better
My Colorful, Kaleidoscopic, Kodachrome day in the sun was SO colorful and kaleidoscopic and Kadachromatic that I’m going to have to separate it into two posts. Otherwise, I’ll certainly exceed the photo tolerance level of every guy and gal on Cycle365.
In Part One, I will be displaying the multi-colored canyons and rock formations of MY Town, which rival those of St. George, Utah in every way — except for grandiosity, orange-ness, and huge-ness, which aren’t all that important anyway.
Part Two will be coming tomorrow. I can’t reveal what it’s all about at this time, but I assure you the spectacular-ity of color will blow your mind.
For now lets just enjoy a few of my “Kodak Moments” involving ROCK.
Those pictures were taken from close proximity to a paved bike trail. The next few pictures involved a little biking through the snow, and when that got too treacherous, a little hiking.
Sure, to some of you, things looked pretty bland today. Just wait ’til tomorrow though. Please tune in again. Thank you.