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... it was nearly sold out. It was also one of the ones on Max's list, so we got that too. It is from the Russian River Valley in Sonoma, its too bad we didn't know to look for it when we were there! It was a fun way to spend our last night.
Before we left Moab we drove through a little of Arches National Park. We didn't want to spend the time to get to "Delicate Arch" which is the most famous one, but I did take some pictures which I will attach here. ...
We were woken up early because it was Christmas morning. I went upstairs and saw what I had in my stocking. I got some lip balm, a scarf, a Starbucks card and some chocolates. Then after breakfast we went to open our other gifts, I got a magazine subscription, a hair straightener, a pandora bead and an iTunes voucher. Then I went on a walk with Mum ...
... But, before he apologized he booked a room and drove us to the hotel simultaneously. During that time, Dad called and complimented Chad on his ability to drive safely and maneuver his phone at the same time, which annoyed me because I don't like him on the phone while driving. It scares me. But it became a joke and we later laughed about that too.
After getting to the hotel and relaxing for a bit, my mom and I went out to watch the ...
... then we were back into pine forests with mountain backdrop until we reached Nederland. A very alternative town which was maintaining the older style mining town buildings and an interesting covered bridge. We had iced coffee under an umbrella at a little cafe surrounded by wired people. It looked like cannabis was sold in the shop next door. Maybe it's legal here I don't know. Then we drove down the steep Boulder Canyon with the fast flowing river beside us and rock climbers ...
... surprised to discover the vast lack of anything green in all but 1 of these parks. In fairness to them, they were very unique. Alex liked them more than Liz who by rock park no4 was a little tired of rocks. The first stop was Arches National Park, we arrived in the afternoon and it was hot, so we boosted it through the park leaving the walks till it had cooled down a little. There were some pretty funky arches. We then went to Bryce which has these weird things called ...
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