FISH OBITUARIES:an anti-bloggers's blog


June 28, 2015

While Marshall drove the speed limit was 80:

Crossed into Utah : open, flat, hot,

Desert. Juniper. Goblin Valley

Spanish iterations


Ghost Rock.

Black Dragon.

Lone Tree.

San Rafael Swell: "a land of desolation, dedicated forever to the geologist and artists, where civilization can find no resting place. "John Wesley Powell .


  1. June 28, 2015 8:02 PM EDT
    That's a wonderful phrase, but how can anyone claim that, when one of the major points of interest of the San Rafael Swell are the many petroglyphs? This is exactly how the myth of the American West gets passed on. Obvious signs of habitation are erased as being "outside" of civilization, thus leaving the territory ripe for settlement.

    But don't mind me, enjoy your time in Utah, with some of the most spectacular geological formations on Earth!
    - Tim
  2. June 28, 2015 8:37 PM EDT
    Tim, This is what I get for posting from side of the road pullout road signs. Will revise.
    - rm
  3. June 28, 2015 9:22 PM EDT
    Oh, but those are some of the most important posts! Don't revise the revision, bring it to light in order to comment on it!
    - TIm
  4. June 28, 2015 9:57 PM EDT
    Tim, ok, I stand correct (again). I have put it back to the original moronic version.
    - Robin McLean