"If Today Is Only Yesterday's Tomorrow; Then, Is Today Also
, (of Utah's Arches National Park), is so named because of
the sandstone reef in which it is found TERMINATES
in a great spearheaded
The arch itself is shaped something like a keyhole
, and is accompanied by a smaller window. It stands 64' high and measures 39' wide.
Turret Arch has been known by SEVEN other names:
Double-Hole Arch, Framed Arch, Jail Entrance, The Jug Handle, Kneeling Camel,
Pillar Arch and Profile Rock.
None of these names are official, so most still call it Turret.
April 26, 2009