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Driving Through Southeast Utah

I'm so glad I decided not to take our Garmin Nuvi navigation lady's advice this morning in driving from Canyonlands to Bryce Canyon, UT.  I decided instead to follow my trusty road atlas and diverted towards Capitol Reef National Park - which added roughly 30 minutes onto the drive.  I drove through the San Rafael desert which was amazingly scenic.  After connecting to US Highway 24 off of I-70 and driving for about 20 miles the landscape changed dramatically and got even more interesting the closer you got to Capitol Reef National Park.  I included the photos of my drive here.

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