As the clouds pass by, Jasper and I enjoy the view from the top of High Dune, the tallest sand dune in North America at 750 ft (230 m). Not only is the top a great place for a view, but it is also a great place to get blasted by the afternoon winds and sand. But with a view like this, the little hike and getting sand blasted was worth it.
Jasper and I had a great time watching the clouds roll by. They create so many shifting shapes over the sand and watching them roll around the mountain tops was something special too. Such a peaceful and quite place this is. Actually, it is so quite that is has been rated the quietest national park in the lower 48.
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