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... on top of small mesas – just a large house seemingly on bare rock.
We zipped over the border from Nevada, to Arizona, and then into Utah. At one stage the road led straight into a mountain, and we had no idea where it would lead. Suddenly we moved into an almost concealed gorge, and we drove through this to the other side of the mountain range – over bridges, through deep cuttings and ...
... Owen, and I walked through the water all the way back. Once we got back we realized that we had been hiking 5 hours! We were all so hungry. Mom had told us half way through that if we went farther then we could go eat Mexican for dinner. We went to eat and then decided that we were going to go to Malibu, California. We will arrive around 11:45 pm California time. Tomorrow we can't wait to go to the ...
... corresponding accounts of the flora and fauna timeline, I can’t help but wonder about the extremely brief blip in time we humans have been on the earth. I ponder the profound way in which we are negatively impacting our earth – especially as it releates to the deadly rise of CO2 - on a timescale much faster than anything else other than the cataclysm of a mass die-off event.
Neil deGrasse Tyson characterizes my concerns best when he said, ...
... took us about two and a half hours. Not bad for a couple of whatevers... You decide.
After lunch, we took a run into St. Geo to pick up a throw for the couch to omit the "skin sticking phenomenon" caused by wearing shorts in the lovely warm weather. We also stopped by Albertson's to shop and get Lynn some more Monopoly tickets. She got three and I got several more by being very friendly and interested in ...
... Leland Stanford, was president of the Central Pacific Railroad. The real treat in visiting this site was to see actual working replicas of the steam locomotives Jupiter and No. 119. They have been totally reconditioned to as near the original and are beautifully ornate. The Jupiter represents the Central Pacific Railroad and has a wood- fired steam boiler. Number 119 belonged to the Central Pacific Railroad and has a coal- ...