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... ranges are still ever present, but the rolling foothills at their base don't have that same desert scrub look. One of my favorite parts of traveling, is seeing all the different types of geographical landscapes our country has to offer.
On our way through the the foothills, we saw a large group of Pronghorns grazing on the dried grasses of the high desert. They saw us and, as if on cue, they all ...
... to their music and the stories in their songs, and hearing and reading about their history. Getting to eat lots of seafood, especially lobster was a treat. Sitting and watching the many icebergs, whales and puffins was an experience like no other. Standing on the same spot as the Vikings did in 1000 AD and on Green Point and touching pieces of sediment dating back more than 550 million years ago, made me consider how ...
But I made it!!!
The ride back ended up being so much fun! Steep hills and the occasional headwind made it a challenge. For the most part it was fast downhill, hardly any traffic, and a sweet tailwind on some of the hills! We were able to have fun with it because we had lightened our load by leaving stuff with Brian since he was getting picked up by friends. Those ...
... The entire path of the cave had no steps so it could be wheelchair accessible. The only thing you could touch was the handrails. You could not even put your foot on the curbs on the side of the path. The good news was our group of small children kept their voices low for the most part. The tour was short for a cave – just over an hour – but it did pack a punch. Our guide was very knowledgeable about everything with the cave. The best part of this tour was all the ...
... discoverers and the Kartchner family made it essential to the deal. All involved seem to feel that this cavern is not a park – rather it is a sacred place. I can see why.
No cameras are allowed. I have no pictures. What I will put at the end of this story are some pictures from my tour of Carlsbad Caverns last year that will give you an idea, but it is only an idea. The architects and designers of Kartchner Caverns took lessons from all the ...