Monday, August 11, 2008

Stone arch collapses in southern Utah park


ARCHES NATIONAL PARK, Utah - One of the largest and most photographed stone arches in Arches National Park has collapsed.

Wall Arch fell sometime early last week, though no one has reported seeing it collapse, said Paul Henderson, the park's chief of interpretation.

He said the arch, located along the popular Devils Garden Trail, was claimed by forces that will eventually destroy other arches in the park: gravity and erosion.

Rumors of the bridge collapsing after several midgets and an old man in a robe attempting to cross it while being chased cannot be confirmed at this time.

6 comments:

  1. Balrog Pwnd.

    I bet some young hooligan kicked it and then shit his pants and ran away as it started to rumble and fall..

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  2. In a related story, I totally just farted.

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  3. I thought that was you..

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  4. Sorry. Corn Nuts. Barbecue.

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  5. BBq sauce and corn nuts, or BBQ flavored Corn Nuts?
    I could imagine you pouring corn nuts into a bowl, and then dumping BBQ sauce all over them and eating them cross legged on the couch watching cartoons saturday morning cereal style.

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  6. Wow, that is kinda creepy.

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