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The Forgotten Treasures of Utah's Range Creek

Rancher and mountain-lion trapper Waldo Wilcox kept the country's greatest
open-air museum a secret for 50 years. Now his stash is open to the public,
and the "Indian stuff" has started to disappear.    Photograph by Greg Child

Photo: Looking out from Book Cliffs
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Looking west over the Book Cliffs, this vertical barrier guards Range Creek. There's only a couple of ways into Range Creek through those cliffs along rough, ranchers' roads. Snaking across the badlands-desert below, is HWY 191; the San Rafael Swell is further in the distance.
Photographer Greg Child


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