In Color Country
The BLM (Bureau of Land Management) is a major stakeholder in Utah, having responsibility for over 23 million acres of public lands. They divide the state up into five districts:
We’re in Color Country for the next ten days, and then will move on to stays in the Paria River, Canyon Country and Green River districts before leaving Utah at the end of the month and driving home to Portland.
Color Country seems like a pretty natural place to post submissions for this month’s Kodachrome challenge. Let’s start with our day ride east along the Virgin River and up to Highland Park.
Leave a Reply
You must be logged in to post a comment.
2 response to "In Color Country"
You’re in some fine color country alright. You guys are in for some great scenery between St. George and Zion during your stay. If you had a 4-wheel drive vehicle, or could rent one, or if you wanted to carry about two week’s worth of camping gear and water on your bikes, I could recommend some great places in the nearby Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument. There are few places in the lower 48 states that are as rugged and remote as that place.
Great shot! Look forward to more!