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... we finally went climbing over the next 3 days (in glorious sunshine), we found some delightful routes and some real horror shows, eg. a 5.7 (French 4+) where Darrell had to pull on the bolts and a 5.10a (French 6a) that he said was one of the scariest routes he'd ever done! On the plus side, Darrell loved 'Big Bear Memorial' at 5.10c, and found it much ...
Let's face it – English is a crazy language. There is no egg in eggplant, nor ham in hamburger; neither apple nor pine in pineapple. English muffins weren’t invented in England or French fries in France. Sweetmeats are candies while sweetbreads, which aren’t sweet, are meat. We take English for granted. But if we explore its paradoxes, we find that quicksand can work slowly, boxing rings are square and a guinea pig is ...
30th July cont.
We then headed off to Worland and the start of Highway 16 that headed up through the Big Horn mountains. We got up so far with no problems but after stopping for some lunch half way up, Brian started playing up again! He just doesn't like big hills at altitude and doesn't seem to be getting enough fuel as the filter was nearly empty. We did however manage to crawl up the rest of the way at a lower speed of 40mph and had no problems coming down the other side.
... up being a godsend for cooking.
We had a day of climbing by ourselves before Molly, Carl and their crew rolled in. Lacking a guidebook, we just drove around at random until we saw a Suburu, parked, and followed a small trail. The trail eventually headed down to a creek before going up the other side to a cliff. Sam was dubious about the slippery rocks leading across the creek. After some urging from me she went for it and ended ...
... Lots of dinosaurs and other fossils have been found in this area and there's still an active dig site. But between our longer stay at the Meteetsee Museum, getting stuck at Legend Rock and the slow service at Pumpernick's, we simply ran out of time. I was as disappointed as the boys because the Dinosaur Center is what had made me aware of Thermopolis in the first place.
We had to practice saying this town's name ...