While we were camping, we went to go see the Flaming Gorge Dam. The pictures really don't show how extreme it was. Everytime I looked down I felt like I was going to fall and it didn't help that I had a precious baby strapped to my back. I felt a little sick and dizzy too.
The Hubster & The Princess
I think that if I wasn't a momma, I'd probably have been excited by it. But I have WAY too much to live for now to ever think danger is all that exilerating.
But, it was cool and the tour guide was very knowedgable.
Interesting Facts: They began building the dam in 1958 and finished in 1964. It's 502 feet wide, 1180 feet tall and made up of 987,000 cubic feet of concrete. In otherwords - HUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUGE!
Britt got bored and tired. Poor little wobble head.
So, if you're ever at Flaming Gorge to do some awesome camping, I highly recommend a quick little jaunt over to Flaming Gorge Dam.
Oh, and heads up, if you've got a pacemaker you can't go down inside the belly of the beast because of all the electronic/magnetic waves....er....something like that. :D
Major towerage goin' on here.
At the bottom.
We killed a lot of bugs on our drive to Utah (and just as many on the way back).