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... should be called lunch at it is already 12 o clock. We find a mexican cantina, iv not had any mexican food this trip so far.....yeah right i think its the only thing i have had apart from protein bars. Got to Oatman and sure enough there was plenty of Burros roaming around in the middle of the road, just starring at us and not moving out the way, as if they were the top boys or summin. There was not one single modern house there, we really had stepped back into the wild ...
... telescope arm which was neat. Laneshia sure looked strong moving that large scope with ease!
And of course we then spent money in the gift shop before heading out. But only Laneshia and I purchased anything - Boom! another Thermos. We're gonna need a trailer for my cups! It seems Jadin is saving all his money for a trip to Game Stop, I supposed. And as for Aria… she just doesn't want to spend money at all these days. ...
... her well-rehearsed descriptions of the history and beauty of the petrified forest by jotting on the map "big logs!" next to the appropriate overlook.
First up: the Painted Desert, a barren landscape of badlands, red from iron deposits, eroded over time. Magnificent.
We used the earlier delay to our advantage, with the low evening sun illumination giving ...
... we had to get off. We were at Mohave Point so everyone got off and waited for the relief bus. That bus arrived but it could only take a few people then it wouldn't move! Some minutes later the driver tried the old trick of turn it off then on again and it was able to set off. We were left waiting with the rest of the passengers in the 35'C sun with no shade but hats, sun cream and water ...planned ahead see! What a place to break down with magnificent views. Then an empty ...
... of Sky and her cubs through the first year of life and her ability to feed and nurse the cubs, and put on enough weight through the summer to sustain her and the cubs… if mother nature believes she can’t feed them through the winter… mother nature will dry up her milk and let the cubs starve and save the ...
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