BEST WESTERN PLUS North Las Vegas Inn & Suites
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... As time progressed, iron oxide and calcium carbonate infiltrated the sand, consolidating it into cross-bedded rock.
About 100 million years ago, massive fault action began dramatically shifting the rock landscape here, forming spectacular limestone and sandstone cliffs and rugged canyons punctuated by waterfalls, shallow streams, and ...
... lit up incredibly brightly & designed to STAND OUT. The pictures will show this better.
Tomorrow is planned as a rest day with lazing around the pool & a bit more walking up the strip. For your information, every day we have walked our 10,000+ steps bar one day I think. Many days have been over 15,000 steps & a couple of days over 20,000 steps so we have been moving. But we needed too due to the amount of food we have been eating (& enjoying).
... We had lunch with Logan at a local taco house and enjoyed talking with him about college and his life in Vegas.
That evening, we were joined by Dawn's Mom, Mary and her brother Mike and his wife Heidi Newhouse. It was a fun evening and we really enjoyed seeing everyone. Eric fixed a great dinner of carne asada and chicken tacos. We spent the evening visiting and then played dominos with the grandkids until bed time.
Thursday, Suzi and ...
... and rappelled too, so I wasn't alone I guess)
And of course, while Dan was getting ready to come down to me, I cried a little ;) lol surprise surprise. I really hate how much my head gets in the way. I wish more than ANYTHING that I could be almost fearless like ALL the other climbers I know and have climbed with or talked to. I don't get it, maybe some people just have different "fear genes". I watch these people fly around climbing ************* lead ...
... the back of the hotel which meant we had to walk through the casino to get to Reservations.
We were very glad to finally get up to our room but we went back downstairs and had a meal at Baja Fresh, a Mexican restaurant. It was a nice, light meal that we both enjoyed. They made it in front of you and you chose what you wanted on your taco or burrito.
It was quite cold in Vegas.