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... who was following following a mountain lion) and he got to use his new torch in the cave. I've been in caves before to see the usual stalactites and stalagmites but I've never seen the variety of what was on display in Timpanogos (I'd never seen a helictite before); a calcium carbonate palace. It blew Cameron's mind - the combination of the hike and visual overload meant that it was lights out in record time that evening.
Right now for some real fun…the National Parks of Southern ...
- Last night I drove back to Oregon and spent the night in my car
- This morning I got gas and I'm ready to spend the day traveling through Idaho to Colorado
- I made sure to go to the bathroom before the long trip and the bathrooms were surprisingly clean
- I can't wait to make it to ...
... evening. We pay for our purchases and head back to the hotel for the evening.
When we get back to the hotel we unload all our purchase into the room as there are some things that need refrigeration and the rest needs to be repacked a little more compactly. Heidi goes to the hotel breakfast area and gets some plates and cutlery and then debones the chicken. We enjoy the meal a lot and realize that with the leftovers we can make a nice ...
... our way through the rapids. A good portion of the time there was a wonderfully warm wind blowing up river at us. In the end it was an adventure that started out as a catastrophe and ended up a winner with everyone leaving invigorated and refreshed. As we finished William gave Matt some eye-to-eye kind words of encouragement – what a great guy and river guide.
Paula stayed home with the intention of packing so ...
... the road again, we headed out of Wyoming and into Southern Idaho. The scenery got pretty boring so the drive became a long one. We did plan to stop and camp at Thousand Springs State Park, but we got quite lost finding it (turns out its not one thing- it's about 6 different places). So we eventually found Mallard Gorge which was one part. It ...