The Lodge at Kingsbury Crossing
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... and putting up the tent, I go for a walk to a nearby canyon, which I had been told by the hut warden (a pleasant lady dressed in full Viking costume) was "unmissable". Predictable sighs of appreciation follow when I see a canyon down in the valley below, but when I continue a little further and look around to the other side these turn into gasps of astonishment at the sight. This canyon is stunning, for its scale and also the sheer number of different colours ...
... and had our first stop. Reno station has the aesthetics of Birmingham New Street station, so it was not a great place to stop. After this we carried on following the I-80 in the direction of Utah. After ten minutes we passed Wild Island, where we spent last Saturday, and then we were into unfamiliar territory. The scenery changed a lot over the time before the next stop, with mountains, large flat scrub areas and the occasional green valley.
Somehow we also were missed ...
... cool people.
... buildings all alone. his name was Max and he was 4 years old. It took about 40 minute before I realized that I needed more help to find his parents, so we set off to find a police officer. By chance his mother was talking with the officer as we walked up to them. She was very relived that he was found.
Today was my birthday so I was Queen for the day. Ha! It was another beautiful sunny day and in the morning we had a leisurely bicycle ride around the neighborhood. Murray bought me a cool new backpack with a water bladder and drinking tube built into it. Now that I consider myself a hiker, I was pretty excited. We also took the motorbike to a small flea market down Hwy 89 and Elks Road. After perusing all the "junk" or other people's treasures, ...