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... my 3rd time seeing it and I could see it another
10 times. We laughed so hard…..I soooo love to laugh and hear others laugh. Best
11/12-17/14 Death Valley CA – We were here for 6 days (need
another 2 weeks so we will be back). This was a perfect time to visit; the
weather was fantastic, 70’s during the day and 40’s at night. We had one night
of wind gust of 40-80 mph. This took us by ...
... on drive back to Bluff. Very interesting to see how San Juan River weaved through valley below. Next day we drove to Hovenweep National Monument. We did a 2 mile hike around the canyon where they had built their village. Stopped by 4 Corners on trip back to Bluff. Last day in Bluff we drove to Natural Bridges National ...
... tiniest pebble. Most photo stops had anywhere between one & ten stalls selling Navajo jewelry. Kind of reminded me of Bali - a blur of beautiful things where I can't imagine how any of them make a decent living. To distract us from that bittersweet element we were treated to many European males of all ages, shapes & sizes who apparently had a huge need to have a scenery shot taken - after they had removed their shirts?! Nothing says respect & be in awe the ancient ...
... malfunction. So time for a beer and our first glimpse of the canyon. The Lodge is perched on the edge with viewing patios and waitress service- who could resist?
Our BBQ ended up being a land train to a buffet with some Western Music entertainment. Tin plates, tin mugs, grits (no thanks from Tom), meat and homemade lemonade- fab. James ate enough for all the cash we spent.
Even had our photo taken with the singers!
... snacks and took a bathroom break, and just a rest break, really; there were some super gusty winds and I felt like I was being tossed all over the road. The shoulder was wide and I held my handlebars had so I was fine. It was a tense situation, though. It was nice to have a break from that. We ran into SUS. They were staying at a church right next to the gas station where we were resting. Chatted with them a bit. Sam, our leader and today's van ...