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... Tinkertown meanders up and down and all around, much like the trip through another favorite stop of mine, House on the Rock. Ward has just as much glass in his museum, but its mostly bottles that in combination with cement or adobe form the walls of the different areas. HIs many collections exist side-by-side with his huge, detailed handcarved dioramas of Western towns, circuses, and other scenes.
... wooden cabin and other remnants from the Wolfe Ranch, including a wooden fence around a corral area, and a small covered cellar. Just past the cabin,there was a short spur trail leading out to some petroglyphs. We decided to skip this part for now and get up to Delicate Arch before it got hotter or more crowded.
We followed the dirt trail through the short green desert plant life and past sandstone rocks, boulders,and other ...
... my protestations. I jumped on my bike and pulled out, but a couple of red lights separated us again. 3hours later when I stopped in Farmington we still hadn't crossed paths. I had a missed call and a voicemail that he was in Farmington and would try calling again. Luckily he cruised past the burger bar were I was sat and dropped in, so after a bite to eat and a couple of hours rest, we ...
... Recreation Area. Our first stop was the waterfall which we had heard you could swim in. It was a short hike (1/2 mile) to the falls and Clare walked the whole way herself. A nice break for our backs! Not surprisingly the water was freezing cold but Bruce and the kids still waded in.
We took a vote and decided to do the 4 mile hike to McCauley Warm Springs knowing that ...
... like we would never make it, it wasn't until about half way when i finally were able to pull to the die of the road as there was not a single truck stop along the way but we had this terrible noise coming from under the truck which need to be looked at - turns out it was a mudflap which started hitting the undercarriage when we got to 65 mph, the speed limit was 75 mph so we couldn't maximize our time for this whole part of the trip. A shot time later ...
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