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... ground gradually changed to more hills and dry grasslands as I entered New Mexico. At the boarder there were quite a number of feed lots with thousands of cows packed tight together. I hope that they had a chance to roam the prairies before they were stuck in there to face their end. Near Gilla National Park I headed into the mountains on steep, narrow and winding ...
... Divide, we may need our sweaters! But that won't last long
as we will be back in the desert of Utah, but I get ahead of myself.
Enough about me, how about you? Spring
flowers blooming in your yard? Or maybe snow, like Brent and Diane
who returned to Alberta, and a foot of fresh snow just for them!! Are
you making plans for your summer vacations yet? Today, I have no internet while Teena enjoys ...
... a forest fire, all of the
underbrush and the lower sections of the trees showed the effects of the fire,
while the tops of the tall trees remained untouched, all of the forest appeared
to be re-growing. At one point we saw
several mule deer on the mountain side. At
the park Visitor’s Center we watched the film about the cliff dwellings and
then headed out to view them first hand, after a hike of about ...
We woke up in the dark and got going quickly. After a bowl of cereal at the hotel, we made our way back to the airport. By the time we got fueled and packed, we made an 0700 takeoff.
On takeoff, I encountered a departure controller who must have forgotten to drink their coffee this morning. All I wanted to do was fly due south the 10 miles to the beach, then turn right and follow the beach to Alabama. Due to ...
... in Michigan and only volunteers in winter and they get free lodging, something to think about for the future. They were helpful and happy to answer questions. Not much is known about the
functionality of the building rooms. Lots of speculation and guesswork. The current thinking is that although the caves have been used for 10,000 years the people who build the structures only lived there for one generation. ...