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... 10 pm and still a muggy 82 degrees. My plan is to move on north tomorrow and leave John to himself.
July 20th-Saturday- I did not sleep as well last night and so up around 9. So much for planning to leave early today! Then decided to go to drug store to find something John can use to eliminate the blisters on his wrists from the crutches rubbing when he uses them. Back to his place-already 90+ degrees-and packed up my few things and out to the ...
... skin wrapped around some tree limbs. I think they are some sort of insulated fiberglass - and sealed to keep everything out. It would be different.
Next, into Winslow, AZ in search of a corner. I've been here before but they now have a cool US66 logo built into the road. The addition of a rebuilt flatbed Ford is also a nice touch. In the picture, many may think I am telling Jackson ...
... were several tiny, babies. What a great experience it must have been!
We got back to camp and per Runkeeper, on the phone, we had covered 5.53 miles. No wonder we were bushed! Earlier, as we hiked, I asked Lynn what she was thinking about. She said that she was trying to decide whether to make ham sandwiches with smoked cheddar or Swiss cheese for our lunch meal... A nice distraction, for sure... Whatta gal, she is.
We decided ...
... lakes .. there is a legend that a dutchman lived here, made loads of money gold mining and hid his money in the mountains somewhere no one knows where... and so people often come walking around this very uninviting landscape in the hope they will find it.. we however stayed on the road.
.first stop was canyon lake with super views down the river and nothing like desert scenery..
then past the marina, where hundreds of ...
... through Shiprock and a visit to the geologic formation for which it is named. Approaching Shiprock (the town) we saw signs for the Northern Navajo Nation Fair and just as it occurred to us that the fair might cause some traffic congestion, we came upon a very long line of cars in a classic Atlanta traffic jam. We weren’t in a rush, so we settled down to wait. Except the traffic was not moving. Occasionally a vehicle would turn around or venture off onto the shoulder, and we would ...
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