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Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Kodachrome Basin State Park

Kodachrome Basin is on a paved road just north on the trail to Grosvenor Arch. It is known for its spectacular rock columns. Today our paper reported that a couple on the paved road going back to their camp in the park were washed 500 yards down the Paria River when a flash flood washed the road out. They were able to kick out the back window of their upside down car and were rescued. When traveling in these remote areas we carried lots of food and water and are careful crossing washes but know we may be stuck there for several days. We did avoid being stuck  but were unable to get into a lot of places we wanted to go.

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