We packed up and rode out towards Capital Reef about an hour ago. Much to our surprise however, about forty five minutes in we found ourselves driving into the heart of a gigantic thunderstorm. It’s incredibly strange, the storm is coupled with a heavy fog, basically a massive column of cloud covering a section of the canyons. Visibility is somewhere around half a mile, and the canyon walls appear as vague silhouettes in the hovering mist. The rain is also incredibly thin, it flies right off the windshield completely of its own accord, you don’t even need wipers. Not the journey we were expecting to be sure. More updates to come.