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... of mosaics were destroyed for no real justifiable reason. Rather than destroy the floor though in this church it was merely covered over and what was underneath is a detailed mosaic map from 6th century showing the entire holy land from Egypt through to Syria and the Mediterranean down to the Red sea.
From the church we finally made it to our last supper where we enjoyed our last meal with our fantastic guide Mohammed and had our last Jordanian food which was ...
We had planned to be up by 6:00 am to get ready for our guided hike on the Fiery Furnace trail but, unfortunately, Jon and I slept in. Our camper battery died so we weren't able to use the fan over the bed and our camper felt like a fiery furnace all night. When it cooled off in the wee hours, we finally fell asleep but then slept in. When we woke up we were still tired, we had no time to make coffee or eat breakfast and we discovered ...
... the arches and the windows and taking pictures we walked back to the car on the easier hike, which made me even happier we had done the primitive trail to begin with, because the background scenery from behind was so much nicer and worth the extra hiking. It really was beautiful back there. On the way down to the visitor center we stopped and saw Balanced Rock and the Courthouse Wash and Three Gossips from the Park Avenue Trail. That ...
... have combined forces, and each “team” has about $5,000 and lots of property. This could go on forever.
Once laundry was started, and the house in order, Cheryl, Mac and Josie headed to the pool. It was lovely this morning, as we were the only visitors for most of the morning. Just playing innocent pool games with the kids reminded Cheryl of her days in her own pool with her cousins and friends, whiling the ...
... you, but there is always so much happening in our children’s lives when we’re home. Here, we are one, we are our little nuclear family. We’ve had little TV (national parks don’t provide TVs in the room), and even when we’ve had it, the kids haven’t requested it.
Monopoly went on through the night, and we decided to pause it for the evening to get some shut-eye.
Tomorrow: A little down time, and exploring ...
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