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Looking southwest up a valley named "The Cove." The ridge at left is Battleship Butte. The peak at right is Blue Castle Butte. This area is 6.5 miles (10 km) north-northwest of Green River, Utah.

Delicate Arch is barely visible about a quarter of the way from the right. It is standing in front of a sandstone ridge, just left of the rectangular notch in the skyline.

Beautiful colors and nice framing. Too bad about the fire.

Seeing this photo prompted me to look up the definition of "tipple."

Beautiful view of a hidden asset.

The light-colored area between the railroad track and the highway is the parking lot for the Corona Arch Trail. The area to the right of the highway is the Gold Bar Recreation Area (campground, boat launch, and group campground).

My car is on Pigeon Mountain Road (casual name?). The road at bottom is the former grade of the original Transcontinental Railroad, now a gravel road that can be explored by motor vehicles. The sign says "Lucin 10 [miles]."

The signs at right say "Livestock Trail," "Rocky Pass Road," and "Rose Bud Ranch" with an arrow pointing straight ahead.

This facility is part of the Climate Change and Borehole Study of the University of Utah's Department of Geology and Geophysics.

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