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... had a chance to go up into the cab of the engine to look around and got to see into the fire box. We had to stay in our seats until after we were underway and the attendant came through to take our lunch orders. This is a six hour trip with a lunch break half way. After we gave our lunch orders Larry and Derek went to the open gondola car. I opted to stay in my seat and put the window down because there is no place to sit in the ...
... night. We plan to sit out until it is too dark. Last night I went out just before bed to see the stars. It was incredible! There were so many stars it was hard to find any constellations but I managed to see the Big and Little Dippers. The cloud of the Milky Way Galaxy was as clear as I have ever seen it, including in the Badlands in South Dakota. Right now it is pretty cloudy but I hope it clears up to see the stars again.
... early to bed for Fiona, Quinn, and Liam. I sat in the back room as a waited for the talk with Maryanne and Grandpa. I cried for the whole thing and than cried myself to sleep. The next morning I woke up to Fiona asking me to get up so that she could sit on the couch. I gladly got up. While pouring my milk into cereal I had a hand spasm, giving myself and the table a bath. What I great way to start my ...
... almost an hour trying to get the car started and at long last we were on the road.
As planned we headed up Hwy 160 and stopped at the Four Corners Monument to take pictures. Since this is actually located on Navajo Nation land so there is a $3 per person charge. The monument itself is an embedded marker with the four states (Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, and Arizona) marked. Because we are traveling before peak tourist season, we had a very small queue to get to the ...
... sand dunes in the country. I had read up on the park and I knew that while you are allowed to wander the dunes as you wish, most people hike up either one or both of the tallest sand dunes in the park, 650 ft. and 750ft. So I had decided the lesser of the two was enough for this 'ole lady, and we began the climb. Let me tell you, climbing in sand is a whole lot harder than climbing on solid ground. But huffing and ...
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