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... had helpfully moved and created their own trail, and the climbing was up sheer rock. It wasn't vertical but it was a really steep gradient and we weren't stopping every 3 minutes to take a photo as the view was rather samey and uninspiring. We knew that the eventual view was going to be incredible, so we just had to keep plodding onwards towards the ultimate goal, despite being exhausted!
However, when we reached the top, we soon forgot the physical ...
... my fitness regime with a chicken and avocado sandwich. By now however the heat and altitude was getting to dad, so we dropped him off at the motel to sleep off his Denny's lunch whilst me and mum set-off to explore Moab.
I purchased a pocket knife encased in carved mammoth ivory and another which has a handle made out of a wolf mandible and an obsidian blade from Mt. St. Helens. I also almost purchased a first edition copy of ...
... DVD about it all, made by the committee that had originally been set up by towns people when the first movies started to be made there. Movies included the final scene of Thelma & Louise (they had one of the dummies that went over the cliff at Dead Horse Point); the latest Lone Ranger with Johnny Depp; Indiana Jones & the Last Crusade; City Slickers 2 & 3; plus many old westerns. Interestingly at dinner tonight at the bar was ...
Today we hiked more of Needles. Did a four mile hike that took us up on the top of the canyons. Some of my favorite hiking of the trip so far. Lost the trail a few times but ultimately stayed on track. Had a lazy afternoon sleeping in the hammock and playing guitar. We ...
Just when you thought you couldn’t see landscapes any more beautiful than WY, Yellowstone, SD there was the Red Rocks and Arches National Park in Utah. Holy cow! Everyone needs to see this area. Pictures and incredible off the cuff creative writing just won’t do it justice. Everyone was getting pretty annoyed with me because I kept pulling over every 10 minutes to take another photo. Seeing another ...
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