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Thread: Arch from "Arches National Park" in Utah Collapses

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    Arch from "Arches National Park" in Utah Collapses

    Very sad. I've been there a few times. One of the most beautiful places in the country. It will still be beautiful, but it will definitely be weird not seeing the arch.

    http://www.cnn.com/2008/US/08/10/arc....ap/index.html
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    Re: Arch from "Arches National Park" in Utah Collapses

    I was there in January 2007. That whole area is very special.

    IIRC, the Landscape Arch also lost a chunk in 1992.
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    Re: Arch from "Arches National Park" in Utah Collapses

    Wow... that's a bummer, I love that place, it's in my a top 2 biking destinations too.

    If you haven't ever read Edward Abbey's Desert Solitaire book of essays ( partially written while working there in the 60's) pick it up, it's a great book about a magical area.



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