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... 8217;t decide to push it and go with him as he said there were some parts that were much harder and I really didn’t fancy ending up in hospital!! Whilst he was away, I was sat out updating our journal when my phone fell out and onto the stones. I drop my phone A LOT but somehow it always survives….this time it did not…my screen was smashed but still working.
Once Darren got back we drove up the road a few minutes and did a 5 ...
... Current Position to Atlantic City, NJ: 2109 miles
Miles from Current Position to Fisherman's Wharf: 991 miles
Miles to Next Stop (Grand Canyon) 270
States I've run through: 14
The Four Corners Monument marks the quadripoint in the Southwestern United States where ...
... the Four Corners region. The monument also marks the boundary between two semi-autonomous Native American governments, the Navajo Nation, which maintains the monument as a tourist attraction, and the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe ...
Day 6 by Addison Today was a busy day. We went to Mesa Verde! We got up and then went. First, we went to the welcome center to get our Junior Ranger books. We worked on those while Dad got the tickets for our tours. Then, we went to Spruce tree house. We were there for a couple of minutes then we had to go back for our tour of Balcony House. It was so fun. We got to climb a 32 ft ladder, squeeze in between huge rocks, and crawl through a tunnel. Next we ate lunch at a ...
... passing more time in the heat. Bern was willing to stay for more sake (he had been before) but I chose to get photos as best that I could without actually standing on the plaque to continue on to Mesa Verde.
Since the only state I hadn't yet been in was Utah, I got photos of me standing in that section. It was still worth the stop for the memory to say I was there.