Lantern Light Inn Bed and Breakfast
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... a very scenic canyon. Camera...check, sunscreen....check, water...check, James' new GOPRO....check. Found the trail head and set off, expecting "easy", maybe an hour or two, and neglecting to read any info about the hike at the beginning of the trailhead. The trail followed Oak Creek through the deep canyons and was nothing short of magnificent. We had to cross the creek many times through out and what ...
... deep black nearly blue with 4 inch beeks that they keep open all the time (we learned later this is how they pant), they were pretty scary and not at all intimidated by run of the mill "shooing". We had to through rocks at them to get rid of them. They weren't taking no for an answer. We had a nice meal and then got on the blue route of the extensive bus system throughout the park that helps reduce congestion. While we wanted to go to another stop, we ended up back at ...
... to some of the others was nice.
By the time Kate was ready to leave I had had it and was not interested in food, so I suggested she go off with Sisi and find something and. I came back to the hotel for some much needed space.
Yes, sometimes the missing cuts through one like a knife and I haven't even got the breath to express the depth of pain.
Forrest Gump was wrong. Life is not like a box of chocolates, but all too often more like a blunt pencil... pointless.
... comes to mind, and magnificent, but words cannot describe the beauty that surrounds me, really, so I'll let the pictures speak for themselves. It's what I imagine Mars to look like, with evergreen.
I got there at exactly the right time, around 3pm, when the light softens and the shadows stretch as the sun starts going down. We walked the trails for almost three hours, Oscar sprinting ahead, and sometimes I just stood there taking it all in, jaw dropped in awe, until he ...
I woke up this morning in Flagstaff expecting to see the ground covered in snow. Disappointed, my first glance out the window beheld nothing but wet pavement. However, I didn't wait long, because not 20 minutes later, the snow storm was in full effect. There was already an inch of accumulation of the white powder and it was now coming down with authority. See the pics below.
My plan today was to go down to Sedona for some hiking. Sedona is about ...