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... to many of the Puebloan peoples in the Four Corners) featuring a symbolic sipapu hole in their ceremonial kivas. Seeing the matriarchal Hopi society, I'd always chalked up the sipapu legend as a wonderful metaphor for the miracle of birth...until I encountered that blowhole. Otherworldly.
It was a good day.
... the mountain to snow I think that is so cool the snow is on the tallest mountain in AZ. its called Mt. Humphery.
6/12/14 Tomorrow we leave for Las Vegas so today we have been doing laundry and going to the store and cleaning getting things ready. I like it here the weather is great but one thing I wont miss is all the dust and Burrs Chewie gets covered we had to have him groomed because of it. He looks like a skined rat ...
... ago. It was a steep climb to get up there, which made me wonder why they would want to live up here and transverse the mountain every day to walk miles into the valley where the river and their fields were. But those sorts of answers will never be answered as these people disappeared along time before the whites came to America and no one knows what happened to them. I continued my drive.
There was a long climb into the mountains. In ...
Sadly left St. George. Too many friends, so little time. Took off north, then east on Highway 9 to Hurricane, La Verkin, Virgin, Rockville, Springdale then into Zion National Park. We are now official Senior Park Members $10 for life if you are over 62. Jane had been throughout southern Utah (known as Dixie, believe it or not) hiking with soccer girls some years back, but we took the opportunity to go ...
Spent the whole day at the Grand Canon......pictures do not do it justice, but I tried. Just a few comments......when you are driving through the Grand Canyon State Park, you are also in the Kaibab National Forest. So, you have miles and miles of pine and aspen trees on one side and the Grand Canyon (south rim) on the other. Quite the experience. I have never seen so many ...