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Travel Blogs from Cortez
... of important decisions. We left camp and drove down to get the game camera, which found nothing but shadows. Afterward we visited the Kaibab NF VC only because they had a life size fiberglass Smokey the Bear. (Now he's a bear I can appreciate! The rest are mooches.) I forgot to ask about petroglyphs as I intended. No big deal because we didn't have much time anyway. We drove down the cool 8500 foot high plateau into the heat far below in the desert. Luckily the ...
... been there for quite a long time...that's because (according to me) the potty would fly of the vehicle as it travelled back up that very, very bumpy road! Liz had problems with the state of the road through the valley. Larger, high clearance vehicles were OK but some people were in soft top sports models, completely wrong. With all of the money that comes into the Navajo coffers she thinks they should at least grade the road... Enough of ...
In theory this morning we had the opportunity for a sleep in but like true karma both me and the rest of the group were awake at 6:30. Oh the perks of sleeping in a tent where there's no block out from the sunlight. We were spending a couple of hours in Santa Fe to have a look around. I decided to take the morning as some me time to get my head straight. I spent the morning in ...
... smack bang in the middle the moment it was hitting. So scary but grateful for my Kathmandu clothing! The ranger also explained the bears in the park were close as they had sightings today. Why oh why aren't they safe and sound in there caves??? There may only be ten of them but that's way too close for my comfort. Check out the holes in a tree. I was amazed a woodpecker made them :)
3 Near death experiences in one day! I wonder what tomorrow will ...
... out, that was up to around eight inches deep. Then there was around 10 feet of relatively bare slickrock. The last obstacle was a mud lip around a foot high at the start of a 30-foot long muddy incline.
I didn't have much confidence in being able to make it through and if I got stuck in the middle of the mud I'd be in an even worse situation than I was already in. Around ...
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