Southeast Utah: Open spaces where wild Mustangs still roam the range and free-range cattle lazily grazing on the Colorado Plateau.  The ancient Indian tribes, Anasazi, early Pueblo, Freemont, and other untitled natives americans built structures such as Hovenweep. Soothing and relaxing rough and open country. Like ranchers, farmers, oil men and desert rats who inhabit this rough but intriguing part of Utah and never leave, old cars and trucks seem to not leave either.  It's dry and often windy but the silence is deafening when you first arrive.  There is no noise pollution, light pollution, or air polution.  Edward Abbey's 'Desert Solitaire' does an exceptional job in describing this part of Utah which has terrain you'll not find elsewhere in America, or anywhere else in the world.