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... down a little bit, it was even harder because of the cold spray and breeze of the waterfall.
The chains became very slippery, and it was harder to grip with cold, wet hands. We eventually climbed down the last ladder, and marveled at the size and height of Mooney Falls. We rinsed our muddy and cold hands in the seemingly warm water, and continued our hike towards Beaver Falls.
Dan led us to a small ...
On Wednesday night, holed up in Barstow, Laura came to the sudden realization that she had planned a 5-day trip across the country instead of a 6-day trip. The next leg would take us from Barstow to Albuquerque, a trip of about 12 hours, not counting pit stops. It would be the longest part of the trip, and neither of us were looking forward to it. So I suggested stopping in Jerome for the ...
... back by the interstate.
We ended the evening with a dip in the hot tub. Laurie has few nerve endings and I've always thought she could endure water temperatures that weren't human. She got in the jacuzzi, and I put the camera on the table and started the timer. I ran over and jumped in the hot tub to make the picture. Big mistake. Lobsters are cooked in cooler water. Laurie saw the pic and couldn't quit laughing....demanding ...
... in my hotel room before, maybe in another life time. The room was so sweet and warm, womb like feeling, enclosed with love and kindness. The night hotel keeper delivered fresh flowers from her garden to all the rooms. What a nice treat. There was an original skylight above the bed and in the middle of the night, the full moon woke me up shining directly in.
After dinner and a couple of peeks in at The Spirit Room, I went to my room and read ...
... her chakras read. I prefer blue myself.
After a brief walk uptown we settled into the Cowboy Club for drinks and some food and some people watching. We tried the Starter Sampler which has Buffalo Kabobs, Fried Rattlesnake, Fry bread and Cactus Fries. Each sample has its own dipping sauce. It was good, and rattlesnake doesn’t taste like chicken.
Later we watched The Chamber of Secrets and ate popcorn ...