Juniper Well Ranch
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6 May, Wednesday, Bryce Canyon National Park: What a way to spend a day!!! I can hardly begin to tell you the emotions that overtook me as we drove and walked through this magnificent park. The rim trails are easy walking for those of us who are not hikers. A moderate incline now and then gets the cardio in gear, and even with many people and their cameras around the place has a serenity about it. ...
... summer for anything... or for everything. Though, if I did have one wish, it'd be that everyone who had been hurt on this trip was no longer hurt or hadn't been hurt. It's a tough thing to deal with when all you want to do is be out there, that's a lesson I had to learn with my knee injuries in soccer. It's hard to give time time and it's been harder to know that to struggle is to grow. Christine was overwhelmingly kind and complimentary of this blog; she's a big believer in ...
... we arrived in Shanghai, customs went quickly and smoothly and we were immediately met by the Viking representative and put in a cab to the hotel. The weather when we got here at 6pm was about 78 degrees and though it wasn't raining, it felt like it was because there was heavy mist and a very high humidity. It was much farther than expected and even though we were moving along at about 50mph, it took an hour to reach the ...
... to get where you want to go. For the Camino we don't have to pack days of food, butane stove, cooking and eating gear, much water (1 gal. of water = 8 lbs.), purification tabs or filter system, digging tool, tent or tarp, rope, hatchet, well stocked first aid kit, compass, space blanket, etc. You get the idea. A "light" backcountry pack is doing good at only 45+ pounds and are usually closer to 55-60 lbs. For the Camino you basically need 2-3 changes of clothes (long ...
... reach one of the prime photo op locations along the trail, at a rock clearing which is also very popular among mountain bicyclists. In addition to the obligatory pics, I found that even with afternoon daylight time growing short I couldn’t resist simply lingering in the area for a while and taking in the atmosphere.
My next well-advised stop (after first finding myself trapped in downtown Sedona gridlock for a ...