Hole N’ The Rock
We have found an oasis of wifi in the depths of the wild west, and now I shall inundate you with more photographs.
To begin, how could we resist visiting Hole N’ The Rock [sic], a cornucopia of roadside kitsch in southern Utah?
You can’t miss it, as you head south out of Moab.
There’s a large dwelling carved into the rock, which we toured, but we weren’t allowed to photograph inside. Suffice to say, it’s like the Flintstones meet Ozzie and Harriet, with a dash of taxidermy. Very cool.
The place is surrounded by sculptures made of junk and trinket shops and vintage signage, as well as pens of exotic animals. It’s pretty neat.
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- April 23, 2008 / 3:45 pm