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Sunday Hikes: Honaker Trail

If you drive north from Mexican Hat, Utah and turn left on highway 261 and then take another left towards Goosenecks State Park and then turn right on the first dirt road and then keep left at the dilapidated water tower thing and then park at the top of the big hill and walk about a mile down the rocky road to were some resemblance of a hiking trail takes you to the edge of the canyon where the number 147 is painted onto the rock then you know you are at the Honaker Trail. 499 more words

Hiking

Five Shots: Buttes, Valleys, and Canyons

Do you like space? Jim, Bear, and I crossed the quadripoint in the Southwestern United States, commonly called the Four Corners (Utah, AZ, Colorado, New Mexico). 113 more words

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Mexican Hat

About twenty miles north of famous Monument Valley is the town of Mexican Hat. Named after a rock formation that looks like an upside down stereotypical sombrero (like the one Speedy Gonzales wears). 19 more words

Hiking

The Continuing Story of Pig Trough Gardening - Part 2

I’m sorry to tell you that the pig feeder as a garden trough failed because it had no drainage holes in the bottom. Random Thoughts… 393 more words

Garden

Not Your Typical Sombrero - The Wild Colorado Coneflower aka Mexican Hat -

I am so lucky!

I work for a company who has the most beautiful grounds surrounding it. The landscape is so well laid out, so beautifully planted and so well maintained; I can only describe it as a park.   229 more words

Colorado Coneflower

Mexican Hat Wildflower

Mexican Hat Wildflower — Image by kenne

Just living is not enough…

one must have sunshine,

freedom, and a little flower.

— Hans Christian Andersen

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Pig Trough Gardening

I visited our local auction house T W Gaze last week looking for some plants, however in the Deadstock Meadow sale I saw a pig trough aka a pig feeder. 394 more words

Garden