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Roadtrip, JOHN LOUDER
Tuesday, December 16, 2008
These two monoliths are called Courthouse and Jail House Rock. These massive piles of sandstone have stood as landmarks of the eastern edge of the West. Annie and I made sketches from the comfort of our car even though it had actually warmed up to 24 degrees.
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