The Conifer House
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... in a half circled cut out in a huge rock, with an opening at the top. (This is where Lyn sang Kumbaya) Frank explained the significance of this place and then had the four of us sit, eyes closed, whilst he played a traditional Indian flute. Simply sensational does not say it all! We were up reasonably early this morning to see the sunrise over Monument Valley -another of the very memorable moments in this trip which still has so much more to show to ...
... name I'd better not guess.
Back at the motel JB found his shower had been fixed and we agreed to try the Beaver brewery for food.
When we asked the motel manageress for a taxi she insisted it was too near and we could walk it. After a bit of a struggle on my part we got to the Mother Road Brewery JB and JR were a bit concerned that I'd not make it much further and were thinking of going back for the car. Not a good idea outside a brewery so I managed ...
... Fred and Wilma's digs. We took a decently long lunch, spent mostly swarming Kim after her very unfortunate spill turning into the parking lot. Her elbow was pretty swollen and although she held it together really well, you could see she was in pain. After Ben had to get surgery last week when he lost the tip of his finger on the trailer hitch, my heart ached for Kim. I hate when my teammates get hurt. They all have been so ...
... was half-hearted. I asked if they had air so I could try to inflate. "Broken." Seven words, all he had for me. My barely-under-the-breath reciprocation can best be illustrated in George Carlin's bit "Seven Words You Can't Say on Television."
Alas, there are friendly people in Gallup. A family who had overheard the exchange in the store pulled up and offered to follow us to a shop. Not sure if ...
... you might think you are the centre of the universe there are a lot of greater powers out there than you. If the Grand Canyon has shown me anything it is that you should always stop and smell the flowers (but beware of the cacti) and you should always stop and watch the sunset. So get off your laptop and put down that smart phone and get out there and see the beauty around you! Or if that doesn't do it for you... head to Las Vegas. Will see you there :) Bec ...