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... in one large group, like a flock of birds traveling in unison. They ran for a short distance and then stopped, turned and stared at us, like, "what are you fools looking at?"
The trip was successful, we didn't get lost, or drown, get eaten by a bear or mauled by a mountain lion. So that was a good day.
More to come.
Bye for now, and stay well.
... hopefully) blogs about our stay here. We've checked out the stables, (after all, this was a calvery post) and we may even take in a trail ride. Mike has already gotten in a round of golf. We have a few trips to area attractions planned; Kartchner Caverns, Boot Hill and the OK Corral in Tombstone and Our Lady of the Sierras Shrine. But for now, just exploring the base is an adventure!
Bye for now. Stay ...
... time was our boat ride around an iceberg that had worked itself into a small cove. Another, was the day that a moose visited our campsite not once but twice. Being "screeched in" as an honorary Newfie was lots of fun (my sides still hurt from laughing so much). Getting to sit down, over breakfast one morning, and talking to a local newspaper reporter, we learned so much about how they live. I learned much about them ...
... barely passed on the whereabouts of the mine to his lady friend in Phoenix. After he died, she sold all that she owned and set out to find the gold, but alas, it was not to be, as she never found the gold and died broke. Folks still search today to find that vein of gold.
Not only that, but every night we were there we saw rock climbers repelling down the face of this awesome cliff – in the dark! Their headlamps were so bright that ...
... a bout of vertigo and opted for a nap instead.) She found it to be entertaining and educational. There were over thirty people on the walk, I figure that there must have been thousands of pictures taken of those forty species of birds, that morning alone.
That evening as we sat at our campfire, I spotted a large bird fly into the top of a tree adjacent to the ...