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... the cliff. Then we went to the weeping rock Jessie was being sooky about walking so we called it Jessie rock. Then we walked from the last stop into the narrows the narrows weren't very narrow maybe 5 meters wide but the water was very cold and it was all water. We are staying in a town called hurricane tonight... Sounds risky to ...
... a week. Lynn's Great Grandfather was naturalized a citizen back in the day and worked in the Comstock Mine. She's excited to do a bit of research on any records she may find there about him. We also hope to visit Lake Tahoe and the area. It's a new destination for us, so we're excited to check it out.
I hope to post this on Monday when we are in town laundering. See you again soon... And a belated Happy Easter.
... porn actress). She made more than 400 films over a 10-year period from 1993 to 2003, when she moved to St George. You do the icky math. Oh, she’s pretty good at math – said to be a member of Mensa with an IQ of 156. St. George has an LDS (Mormon) temple, the only one we’ll be close to on this trip. Except that we won’t see it -- at least not the inside. I’ve been to the Visitors ...
... stay on a romantic getaway. So if anyone is reading this, please remind me at some point in the future. I tend to forget these things.
The drive from Bryce to Zion was not bad, even though we had been expecting to drive some serious mountain roads that had recently been snowed on. The roads were clear, but the kids enjoyed seeing the snow on the mountains as we drove by. The memory of this past winter and all its snow and ice is a little ...
... and a half before dinner. The scenery is even more amazing to me this year, since I'm looking through new lenses. Cataract surgery does give one a new outlook on such things. More red and less orange, is how I would put it. We got a few pictures with the phone this morning, Saturday, as we got out before the "Madding Crowd." Of course, to prove our humanness, we got lost...er... I mean confused and missed the turnoff to the Three ...