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We have been having problems with our F350 truck. When we started this journey we didn't expect to have to replace this truck. We budgeted for emergencies—we just didn’t plan for this size of unexpected expense this early. Several days the truck had no power—in fact going over Monarch Pass it overheated to the point of needing to pull off to ...
... Our drive took us past an army base, through canyons and up the majestic mountains. We drove past Monarch ski resort which was small and near the top of the continental divide. The weather was perfect for a Sunday afternoon drive. We reached the BlueMesa Reservoir which is a very large body of water connected by fingers of streams and rivers. We love this place and are fascinated by the fact that this is the only body of water for miles. Much different ...
... in 2016. The national museum will also house the Green Scholars Initiative, which brings together established and young scholars to pioneer groundbreaking research on items in the collection.
The driving force behind the initiative, Green now devotes close to half his time to providing the vision and financial resources for The Green Collection. By applying his business acumen and marketplace vision to biblical antiquities, Green's desire is for people ...
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We've been following an itinerary where we sight-see in the morning to early or mid-afternoon, and then eat dinner back at the house followed by a movie and/or karaoke.
I'm not going to take the time to remember EVERYTHING that we've done right now (it was longer than I thought since my last entry).
Some highlights for me were:
Mt. Princeton Hot Springs (that ...
... The deepest points in the canyons were 30 to 40 feet. So they are not huge, but they are wonderfully unique to explore.
The white formations appear to be a coarse sandstone. The reds and yellows are more of a fine silt. Much of those colors have cracks in them like one would see in the desert. The erosion has created some interesting formations.
Jim was kind enough to take time out of ...
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