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... for us and even did our laundry!)
That fall of 2011 we all made a trip down to Nebraska for Pete and Anna’s wedding, which I had the privilege of officiating. Now, almost four years later, we spent some time in Nebraska again; this time to baptize their first born, baby Inga. It was a holy time, with Pete and Anna, Dave and Angie, Susie and Ted (Anna’s parents), Eric (Anna’s brother), and Katie (Pete and Anna’s friend, Inga’s ...
... move them, but I was in pain as were my sisters. My helmet and sunglasses had also flown up. The helmet slammed my sunglasses on my nose. My second thought was "is my nose broken or bleeding." No, I checked my nose. It was not broken or bleeding, but it also hurt. This was a terrible way to end an enjoyable day. We had such a pleasant day until this event occurred. Unfortunately, we all suffered neck pains for ...
... some of the activities.
Just like with Yellowstone, the drive to Zion was almost as impressive as the park itself. The colors of the canyon walls run the spectrum of reds, browns and orange and seen to change both colors, perspective and formation every mile. There are steep canyons walls that are topped ...
... National Park tomorrow before driving the 5-6 hours onto Idaho Falls but we decided to bring that forward so we could make good time tomorrow.
We checked into our hotel - clean, spacious room but a little dated and drove the 40 mins to Zion National Park.
We drove through Rockville - a picturesque small town that has a ghost town Grafton behind it which has been used to film Western's like Butch Cassidy and The Sun Dance Kid. We didn't see it but ...
... the height of Ben nevis!!! and it was damn cold as well - about -5F. this place also makes you feel small but its cos you can see so much. you are but a tiny point of nothing in a vast landscape that stretches for miles and miles. And its empty. there is nothing - no towns and villages, no farmsteads - nothing.
Finally we came to the Arches National Park. No prizes for what you find here! and they again are amazing and ...