The Dumplin Patch Bed and Breakfast
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... craving a pasta recently, and it’s difficult for me to order one out in a restaurant because they all have cheese or cream in them. So I wanted to make my own dairy-free carbonara. So we take our trolley full and head back to the suite.
Aaron pours us some drinks while I pour the goodies into some bowls and we put them beside the spa bath and enjoy the rest of the afternoon soaking in goodness. We play our usual game where one of us chooses a ...
... Also you could clearly see the separate peaks inside the canyon, I really hadn't appreciated the complexity of the canyon, I had assumed it would be just the walls on either side. I took the photos with the go pro and they seem to have worked out well. In the evening we went out doe pizza and then went bowling, which was lots of fun. This morning we are driving to monument valley which I am really looking forward ...
... of someone’s car. He had a sign that said "Don’t be scared, turn meow," so we had to stop. I’m not dead yet!
We finally reached our destination of the Grand Canyon! The canyon is over 1 mile deep and is an average of 10 miles wide. The difference in ecology within those 10 miles is pretty extreme, with one species of animal living on the north rim and another other on the south. Imagine trying to forge your ...
... the sun and heat. After hearing Ranger Julie's talk two nights earlier, I was extra sensitive to all possibilities that could lead to death in the canyon. I did not want overestimate my abilities or underestimated the powers of the canyon.I told Victor he could sleep til 8:30 am but at 8:00 I started to get nervous about whether there would be parking spaces available at the trailhead. Lacking any patience I told him he had five minutes to get up or I ...
... Salt Lake City. Victor likens it to the post Hurricane Charlie living in Ft. Myers when we went five days with no electricity during his initial visit to the States. He says I need to tape the door to the fridge shut so he doesn't keep opening it - something he remembers me doing but I had forgotten.
Many months ago when I made reservations for the trip, I knew that the Grand Canyon would be our most primitive campground. I was hoping that since we would be in ...