Sunday, February 10, 2013

Top Ten Natural Wonders of the World

Top Ten Natural Wonders of the World


August West said...

The Rainbow Bridge is my favorite on this list. I would of loved to seen it before they built the Glen Canyon Dam. The trek to it was said to be spectacular.(and yes more strenuous and remote)The Navajos called it Nonnezoshe. Which I learned when I read Zane Grey's "The Rainbow Trail." The novel is sort of a sequel to "The Riders of the Purple Sage." And is just as good, if not better.

Bud said...

Can't argue with the choices, except maybe Lake Superior & the Caspian Sea are a little too general.

I would shoehorn Big Bend & the Sonora Caverns in there somewhere.