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... into Grand
Canyon time, we settled for viewing the cliff dwellings from a distance. We
were also treated to a nice show from upwards of 20 vultures swooping in and
around the canyon.
It was finally our first night camping, and we had a spot
inside the park. We ambitiously planned to make chicken kabobs and a baked
potato and sweet potato. ...
A few photos of the final day of the continental divide traverse backpacking trip. One thing kept coming to mind while packing out, and one picture tells all. 17 miles in total with about a mile worth of accumulated elevation gain. Felt better each successive day. The experiment was a success. Now to set my sights on the Colorado Trail, eventually. ...
... gone and it's warm again. The closer I get to the lake and the trees - Forest Lake, how original - the wind is being replaced by mosquitoes. Clouds of them. I'm utterly exhausted by the time I pitch camp. Tonight I might sleep better. My tent is positioned on a slight incline, I expect to be curled up in a ball at one end by morning. The waterfall outside my tent is starting to lull me to sleep. The day has been good. I'm still alive. God's creation is ...
Wow! What a day... That's all I can say! We were both hanging out for some exercise, 6 weeks of doing nothing has really hit us hard. When you have to go running in trackies, gloves and a beanie it's just not that appealing. I have no idea how people play sport here in the freezing cold? Anyway, as a result we've been looking forward to our day on the slopes and were really excited when the ski fields opened up a few weeks early. ...
... and want less, one of the plusses of my trip.
From the minute I landed I was – and continue to be – constantly and deeply grateful for so many things. Just to name a few: Family. Old friends and new friends. A nice cabin up in the mountains where I can stay while my place is rented. The mountains. The trees surrounding the cabin. The spectacular views. The birds and wildlife who live near the cabin. The great deck. ...