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Travel Blogs from Fraser
... of the eccentric progressive engineer John Otto. The man spent mist of his life as a booster for the mesa's inclusion on the roster if national parks. He created trails and served as a ranger in the park when it finally was created. He happily was paid $1 a month to do the job.
He said the place was the "heart of America." I'm not sure if that is true, but it was a beautiful area, especially along the canton ridges. Sandstone melted away at the mesa's edges ...
It's been a great week. Tuesday, we drove north to Lyons and found the Oscar Blue's Brew Pub. It's a bit of a dive (the clientele were a bit rough around the edges) but the food was great and we were able to sit out on the porch and enjoy the evening. One of the brewery employee's had his son with him and all the staff played with him in the lot between the pub and the brewery. He was adorable. His name was Hendrix. :)
On Wednesday, ...
... are ridiculously excited for India. Two weeks is barely enough time to get our feet wet. I mean, come on, this country is huge! But we will give it our best shot. We have had to cut out tons of things we wanted to see (Hampi, Goa, Varanasi, the Himalayas), but we are still going to
see lots. You've heard of the Taj Mahal, I presume. Oh, and we're not camping. Big sigh from the mom types. We ...
... a guide that I could bring with me
on my trip; that would provide all the relevant details and interesting history,
tidbits, and lesser known information. This book drastically fell short of my
expectations. I hope a future edition of this book will be updated to be well
rounded, but I am sad it will not be out in time for my upcoming trip to
Germany. I will continue to read Joy’s Blog, though as I find it a valuable
source of ...
... on the highway so high above and looking down.
We arrived in Spokane around 5:00 PM. Wonderful reunion with the Dierdorffs. Of course, all of our grandkids are looking so much older.(It would be great to keep them young forever!)
After a wonderful meal of bbq salmon and some visit time, we hit the sack. Papa and Nana need more sleep in their old ...