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... and it didn't end until we completed the 15 minute trip to the bottom. At times I felt nauseous, I was continually gripping the edge of my seat, and I pressed the imaginary break on my side of the truck the entire way down. I literally begged Victor to go slower at each corner. Unlike the Going-to-the-Sun road with its three foot high block stone guardrails, the guys that constructed this road must have had a sense of humor because they only put about one foot ...
... and they approved it all! Yea!
Went to Walmart for some groceries.
Decided to kill more time by getting haircuts at Supercuts. Nice ladies. Good haircuts.
Let Nattie romp around dirt at a local park.
Drove around some nice neighborhoods and looked at fancy, large ...
... an apartment. A special SHOUTOUT goes to Shayney, who has been our anchor and helping run this ship from home base.
By the way, we only have six license plates to see to complete all of them. The big score was the District of Columbia, which is one of the hardest to find. But there it was, zipping through one of the canyons outside of Vail. Big high-five!
Will be keeping you posted as we get ...
... to do that once more was enough motivation for Noah to endure the 100-degree Fahrenheit hikes. The pictures tell the story far better than we could, but suffice to say that river playing should be part of every childhood.
In the evening, we drove on to Cedar City as all the hotels around Zion--predictably I suppose--had no vacancies. ...
... on this hike in recent years, this excursion will test my strength and courage. I will be forced to cross waist-high water dozens of times, which will accelerate my leg fatigue. Also, I will meet a bunch of nature lovers and other die hard backpackers and mountain climbers. I do not want to get intimidated by their determination and total passion for what they are probably going to be doing better than I am. Lastly, I hope the novelty won't wear off.