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    window panels
  • (Window Panel) Decorative raised panel placed directly below a window. Other applications include placement in a series creating a wainscoting system, or around the front of a whirlpool tub to act as water resistant, decorating access panels.

  • Matching pair of fabric panels that hang from a curtain rod for privacy and/or decorative effect. Also known as drapes





    drapes
  • (drape) curtain: hanging cloth used as a blind (especially for a window)

  • Arrange (cloth or clothing) loosely or casually on or around something

  • (drape) arrange in a particular way; "drape a cloth"

  • (drape) the manner in which fabric hangs or falls; "she adjusted the drape of her skirt"

  • Let (oneself or a part of one's body) rest somewhere in a casual or relaxed way

  • Adorn, cover, or wrap (someone or something) loosely with folds of cloth











petroglyph panel




petroglyph panel





One of my favorite pictograph panels. This is one of the only rock art panels I have ever seen with ladders. The smaller ladder, to the left, appears like a shadow of the larger one and gives the scene "depth".

PDA: PLEASE DON’T ASK. I asked for some help finding a couple of the cliff dwellings and Ancient Puebloan rock art panels which my wife and I hiked to and photographed on this day. I promised those who helped me that I would not be specific as to their exact location. I intend to honor those promises.

If you recognize any of the sites from my photographs, please don’t reveal the locations in your comments. Do as you like on your Flickr photo site, but please honor my request on my Flickr site.

Thank you GK for your “hints” that got me close and to L & M of Albuquerque who literally “led us” to the one site I most wanted to see.
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CEDAR MESA ROAD TRIP 17-26TH APRIL 2011 ~ Mr. & Mrs. Oldmantravels

In all we spent ten days and nine nights on the road, camping in the back of our pickup truck two nights, sleeping in our backpacking tent in Grand Gulch, and the other six nights luxuriating in the comforts of a motel room. Gas prices ranged from a low of $3.56 a gallon to $3.89, which was the highest we paid on this trip. We saw several $4.00 a gallon signs along the way.

Our figure 8 route took us through portions of Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Utah, Colorado, and Nevada. We drove a couple of roads we had never traveled; met some truly wonderful people; took many interesting day hikes to places we had never been, and tried out some new internal frame backpacks on a short backpacking trip into Grand Gulch.

Most of our activity, and time spent, was centered around the Cedar Mesa area of Southeastern Utah. Though the weather forecast did not look favorable for the first portion of our time in Utah, it turned out fine. It wasn’t until the return portion of our road trip, where we ran into several storms (thunder and lightening storms, a nasty hail storm, and a few snow storms thrown in).

If any of you are interested, in for whatever reason on following the travel portion of our road trip, you can connect these dots to form the figure 8 route we traveled, from start to finish: Home in Eastern Washington; Pendleton; Boise; Salt Lake City; Spanish Fork; Price; Green River; Hanksville; Natural Bridges National Monument; Blanding; [several days spent in the Cedar Mesa area]; Moab; Cisco; Mack; Rangely; Dinosaur; Vernal; Duchesne; Heber City; Salt Lake City; Wendover; Elko; Lamoille; Mountain City; Owyhee; Mountain Home; Boise; Pendleton; & home.

2.Tuesday 19th April 2011
I was in for quite the surprise when I threw the canopy rear window open. Snow! Not much but our windshield was frozen solid with a coating of thick ice and snow. I had almost left our ice scraper at home, but was glad we now had it with us.

The sun was starting to come out as we drove out of our camp past a large group of young people, who had camped in floorless tents the night before. They were standing out in the sage brush bundled up in every garment they had with them. Their sleeping bags and tents were draped over the sage, while they and their gear tried to dry out with the welcome rays of morning sun.

We drove on to the Kane rangers’ station and arrived a little before 8 am. We viewed the mandatory film in order to be able to procure our backcountry permit on Thursday morning, when we planned to take a short backpacking trip down Government Trail, and then up Grand Gulch. Thursday and Friday looked the most promising for good weather.

The volunteers and staff located at Kane rangers’ station are perhaps the most knowledgeable and helpful people I have found anywhere at a rangers’ station. These folks hike the area (as one lady ranger told me “we ~ range ~ the area we are responsible for”). Super people!

We then checked into a motel in Blanding for two nights, stopping just long enough to leave everything but our day hiking gear and heading out to do some canyon and cliff dwelling hiking in the Cedar Mesa/Comb Ridge area.

We hiked to several cliff dwellings and rock art panels and covered a lot of territory. We met a couple our age from Albuquerque. I will call them L & M. They were our age and experienced hikers, who knew the Cedar Mesa area well, having come to the area year after year. When we ended up at the same “trail head” together, a long conversation ensued. My wife and I learned a lot from them, and when they invited us to join them to hike along with them, we quickly accepted.

We hiked for a ways with L & M and then took separate routes. Later, when I failed to find a site I had been looking for, they graciously guided us right to it. We had been close on our own but would not have found it on this trip, without their expert help.

We hiked with them for awhile more, then split up once again as my wife and I were headed to more sites where they had alrea











Ikea Window Panels




Ikea Window Panels





Interesting affect, but the panels cannot move. I can add another track so each can move the length of the track which would give access to half the window to open it. I installed the same hardware on all the other windows but will have drapes hung on them. It's very versatile this Kvartal system. Because of the very long front window there was no other system I could buy off the shelf to fit it. This is Ikea's top of the line window system and really nicely engineered, but you have to be precise with the installation. Here one panel is slightly off at the bottom.

We had new windows installed on this house. It was the best thing that ever happened to it. Those aluminum sashes were cold and drafty. Now the house is snug and quiet.

Mike brought his fridge over. He too thinks people will have their own appliances so I only had to buy a range for each house. There was a sale on at Home Depot so I got quite a nice one.









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