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... you, but there is always so much happening in our children’s lives when we’re home. Here, we are one, we are our little nuclear family. We’ve had little TV (national parks don’t provide TVs in the room), and even when we’ve had it, the kids haven’t requested it.
Monopoly went on through the night, and we decided to pause it for the evening to get some shut-eye.
Tomorrow: A little down time, and exploring ...
... in not so happy mode).
We stopped for water, garbage bags, RV toilet paper (so help me, I'll kill anyone flushing anything but that paper, I have heard stories! You just read my first paragraph!) Oh, also a bunch of donuts, they were smallish. Then we were finally off.
A little overcast and windy (the wind was good for cooling off the early high temps) we were going to do "The Windows" hike. Last night the colors and the walk was ...
... with a ½ mile hike over the slick rock path to the overlook of the canyons created by the Colorado and Green Rivers. The Canyonlands National Park was established as a National Park in 1964 , and as a young park there are still signs of the previous use of the land by the ranchers and mining companies. We thoroughly enjoyed our visit to the park today.
... 8220;No Trespassing, Private Property” sign. The man who lived there was standing outside his trailer, doing a chore. We pulled over and cautiously approached him, to ask permission to photograph the tattooed rock. He granted us permission, and though he seemed a bit leery of us at first, he quickly warmed to us, and by the end of our short conversation he’d offered to let us camp next to his trailer if we couldn’t find ...
... Drive south of the Fruita Campground. We are just passing through. We barely notice Fruita, the best-known settlement in Capitol Reef. Fruita, at the confluence of the Fremont River and Sulphur Creek, was established in 1880 under the name Junction. It became known as Fruita around 1902, in large part because of its productive fruit orchards. (In a few days, we'll visit Fruita, Colorado, too.) The town was abandoned in 1955 when ...
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