It comes with a Mother-In-Law suite!!!!!
Do you see it back there? So excellent you guys, if only it was in Washington. So sad.
But alas, Tyson and I were not here to look at real estate so we continued our climb in search of the most delicate of all arches.
It was about this point that I considered sitting on my bum and sliding down the slick rock back home. So tired...
Which is how I ended up clinging to the side of a mountain with every fiber of my being and every fingernail on my body. Felt like nails on a chalkboard. But the vertigo didn't really set in until I leaned back so my love could take a picture of me. Awesome.
And it only got worse as I looked up to take a picture of my sweet punkin' of love.
The extremely informative and clever sign informed us that these petroglyphs dated back to sometime between 1650 and 1850.
And as a summary of our trip I leave you with this photo of some crazy yahoo who climbed to the top of a gigantic stone pillar. I was hoping he would cliff dive of that thing but he didn't. Just stood with his arms raised in the air.
I would never do that.
And that stone that you see behind him is not the ground but the top of another pillar.