Greetings Arch Hunters...today is Arch Wednesday! (Issue #21)
Worldwide arch count: 6088 (Net Change: +2)
Each week we update the World Arch Database (WAD) with newly reported arches as well as more accurate data and/or photos for existing arch entries. Each Wednesday (day may vary), we send you a list of the updated arch entries with a summary of what has changed.
Yes, it's Thursday, but as we say, the "day may vary."
Arch Hunter and Natural Arch and Bridge Society President Larry Beck
reports two arches in the Bouse Hills east of the town of Bouse,
Arizona. One of them, AZ-58, is a delicate little beauty and
is pictured above (photo by Stone Canyon). The other arch, very
close by, is not very photogenic but is intriguing because it's a
natural shelter you could take advantage of during a desert
thunderstorm! Search US>AZ>arch name keywords "AZ-58" and "AZ-66"
We'll be starting on the Largest Arches Inventory Project (LAIP) soon, wherein we'll be focusing on updates for the largest arches in the world, defined in the World Arch Database as arches having a superior Greater Arch Dimension (or GAD).
Happy Arch Hunting!