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... was out throughout
the valley for a day. Teach us to take the weather for granted. We had no
internet or phone until you got above sea level. We stayed in a campground that
was just a spot alongside the road called Stovepipe Wells at 5 ft below sea
level. My brother-in-law, Hal, even turned 70 here. Not many people can say
that. On our day trips out, we were at elevations anywhere from 182 ft below
sea level to 5600 ft above sea level.
... than someone with short shorts & no shirt posing for a photo off various ledges. After a great afternoon we hit the road again - only two & a half hours doesn't seem quite so much now. On our way we saw the Mexican Hat - very cool. I didn't mean to but had a power nap - acting like a bobble head meant I didn't sleep long but if did miss crossing into the state of Colorado. Made it to our latest hotel, with views of Mesa Verde, & over 100 stations on cable! And people ...
Up for breakfast in Two Rocks cafe and this time got decent photos of the humming birds- sorry for the blur but their wings flap v fast.
We had all sorts of plans but settled for Bluff Fort. This is a great children orientated reconstruction of Pioneer living and how the first pioneers blasted their way through a narrow gap in the rock. Hardy folk. Then pacified the indigenous "Indians" by feeding them.
Did whistle stop Quiz ...
So many push ups. All the push ups. Today was a big day, we went to the Four Corners! But before I get to that, I should start at the beginning. Typical wake up stuff. We played music in the morning, we don't usually do that, so that was weird. Sweep. I'm sweepy. Today I'm sweeping with Jamie. Because she's a leader and they typically don't do sweep, today I'm going to show her what it's all about. But before we don't bag... I knocked out 100 push ups. I'm ...
Sunday June 8, 2014
Today we retraced part of our previous days trip by going north on US Hwy 191, and then west on Utah Hwy 95, part of “Utah’s Bicentennial Scenic Highway” but we continued west past the Natural Bridges National Monument into the White Canyon. Here the scenery turned from relatively flat land of the mesa to beautiful vistas of rock formations as far as the eye can ...