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... the logistics have come together: quitting my job, repairing the mini for this long trek, getting Vannah's teeth pulled, syncing travel dates up with Fran, getting the approval from Lama Tsultrim Allione and Tara Mandala Buddhist Retreat Center. I did not encounter any roadblocks and all this told me that it was definitely meant to be. I gather my essentials for the day: water, sunscreen, hat, camera, pictures of mom and her ashes in ...
... it in spite of the wind! I just choked and sneezed for a few minutes not bad...close one. Smart. I then went to bed in my very warm zero degree sleeping bag. I awoke at 1am, then decided to wait longer, i was too comfortable, especially after that Dunes ****** campground. I woke again at 3am and got up and dressed for the cold dark night...no sounds out there, the coast should be clear. I grabbed my camp chair, tripod camera and extra battery and instead ...
... Which way now?" Someone had constructed miniature cairns of piled rocks to show a pathway up the butte. We followed them to a fantastic hilltop view of the canyon country and Lake Powell. After a brief scramble down the rocks and tucked under the ridgeline was a lush green oasis of ferns growing from the underside of the ledge.
Throughout Arizona, every rock formation is a talus slope, butte or a mesa but don't know the distinction, ...
... any other ski resort in Colorado! This is now the off-season, officially I guess, as apparently today was Wolf Creek's last day. Our cabin is very homey, we love it, all wood and rich colour, a fire tonight and maybe the hot tub for my wicked wicked knees. Tomorrow we may spend some time at the Hot Springs and there 18 different pools from 56 F (the iceburg) to over 110 F, before starting out for Los Alamos tomorrow to look into this whole newfangled 'Nuclear' thing!