In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths. Proverbs 3:6.
I know. I keep looking at that picture and try to imagine that the road goes beside the rock, but I can't. Can you see how it does? To me its still a mystery. If you can enlighten me, let me know. Or if I find out more, I will let you know.
All these rocks were once under the ground, but the flood -- a huge deluge that covered the earth -- unearthed them and left them for us to see, and to remember that there was a judgment upon the sinful world before the flood. But they end up being a thing of beauty -- at least to me. What about you?
Go to -- Arches
The last one is quite amazing. You will think the road goes under the rock. Even the shadow makes it look as if it does, but I can't image that anyone would make the road go underneath all the weight. Going around it isn't that far? I was in a bus, but I can't remember it.
The above and two following are in Utah.
Well, what do you think?
There are many roads in the United States that are so exciting - at least to me. I love the rocks especially, and the way the roads often wind around them. The one above just happened to catch the sunshine, and I love it. I think this one is in Colorado. I can't say where they all are, except I know they are either Colorado, Utah, or Arizona. Enjoy.
Colorado State Park
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