I tried to lower it with sandpaper, emery boards and a file. nada.
A lot ensued, I missed him before the weekend so I drove holding a stick on the other side. I had evidently bit down in my sleep and made about four teeth real sore. Monday I found a dentist and he trimmed it down. I am about to get over it.
MAN DOES IT FEEL GOOD WHEN THINGS STOP HURTING!
We took some back roads in Southern Utah. These like the rest are great. You can see the road on two switchbacks below.
WE passed some stands of Aspen, white as chalk the area looked landscaped.
This lake is at about 9000 ft.
The roads are steep, I missed the 10% grade sign but got this 9%. If you are not familiar with grade percentages, 10 is extremely steep.
Oh, I felt like Davy Crockett, I spotted this remote cave just off the road. I was the first to be here since the Indians. (I knew that because they had left their McDonalds cups and plastic forks.)
Oh yes this trip took us into Arizona. We have been this road before going North. If you read S'gar, this is the area 'J' drove through after leaving Vegas.
Like always, in Mts. showing downs and ups, a camera cannot show the heights. You are about to go through the Virgin River Canyon. Driving through is like a Giant Theme park ride. It is like driving along the bottom of the grand canyon.
Every turn brings oh's and ah's. The heights up the beautiful carved canyon walls takes your breath.
You are looking down more than a mile.
This color does not show up as it appeared.
We were constantly weaving in and out of the Canyon walls. NO! I did not take a one of these pictures, this road required attention. Sherry did it and done a very good job.
It is just hard to imagine how tall the walls are. I would guess at 3500 feet, the Grand canyon is over 5,000 feet.