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... afternoon. Again, though, as soon as the sun starts to go lower in the sky, it cools off rapidly. Had a cocktail at Tim and Janice's home (for sale), then went to Players Grill for dinner. Grammy night, so watched some before off to night night. Back on the road tomorrow. End up in Flagstaff tomorrow night.
... never mind knew people who did such crazy things like traveling and running.
Fast forward almost 19 years. I'd just turned 30 and was having that "what am I doing in my life?" moment. I'd worked/traveled a lot in my 20s....but really hadn't accomplished much other than packing on about 30 lbs. since college. So, I'd put my name in the lottery for the NYC Marathon in April. Never mind I hadn't run ...
... with excellent paved roads where you just roll along and enjoy the the surrounding nature, the sun, the warmth, the loneliness, the mountains. Some people would consider it dull, but I'm a great admirer.
On Tuesday I decided to drive all the way to Cedar City in Utah, a six-hour drive. From Beatty, Nevada, to Las Vegas, a 120 mile drive, there's hardly a trace of human activity (except for the road, of course). North ...
... sit up in the front seat of the ambulance.
Nay says--The ambulance driver asked me questions as we went. She didn't turn the siren on.
Julie--Nay doesn't want to talk or write about this anymore. Don't remember much about the ambulance ride except that it was bumpy and not too long. I was rushed into the hospital, deposited onto a bed, hooked up onto IVs, and then we were left alone. We were there for over 5 hours. ...
... for those who fear heights. That’s me!
In Zion, we are down on the canyon floor looking up at cliffs of different colors of rocks. There are white, red, brown and almost black cliffs. They are layered in even, smooth, straight layers as if someone had painted each layer with a wide brush. But most impressive is the steepness and height of the cliffs. ...