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... my new toy. I’m really have fun with this and I think my pictures are getting better. Anyway it is just a fun hobby. Unfortunately, there are not many animals to shoot, so you just have to be happy with scenery and birds.
Today we are relaxing at the campground. We take a walk down to the boat dock and check out the lake. Most of the water you see here is brown. There is a lot of clay and a lot of sand, so you get brown, murky water. ...
... smash into the desert dirt. Nolan's (grandson) playhouse would be a mansion here. There was an entire Hopi village of plywood shacks. We passed another village of cinderblock houses...some with windows, some without. There were gullies full of trash...and desert...dry, dusty, sagebrush desert. I felt like I was in a "Save the Children" commercial for about 10 hours.
Husband stopped in Gallup, New Mexico at the Navajo Public ...
... pie. Well both if these were oh so rich and I am done with pie and shakes for the rest of this trip. We got in just before the rush, with a tour group of 51 coming in for dinner just as we were leaving. While we had been waiting for the pie and shake, I consulted Mr Google one more time regarding the now infamous Concrete Cowboy. I obviously used better keywords in this latest search, as this time I had success with a full address ...
... this proved impossible with the great distances in this part of the country. Shortly after Holbrook on I-40 I turned off and went to Petrified Forest National Park. A very intersting place to visit. 225 million years ago fallen trees were covered with silt and mud. Oxygen could not penetrate the layers, so the usual process of rotting was stopped. Silica from below ...
... roads actually help keep riders/drivers more alert (thank God for that!) and also changes the direction headed...which means the winds constantly shift. For more than 100 miles we had a tailwind. Driver and coach were 'smiling' for those miles. The other 190 miles were a nightmare of high winds from first our left then our right, sometimes more than 35 miles per hour.
By the ...