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... part of the hike was getting back from the Kitchen, we just climbed down the edge, I love climbing around rocks. I didn't realise how much until moments like this and of course, writing about it helps remind me of how much I love doing that! Tanya decided it was best to drive around the rest of the monument and along the way she saw a door in a rock wall. We didn't believe her when we couldn't find it but we did find a cave. Chris and I explored the cave and ...
... so I stopped and got a bit to eat. While I was eating my stomach started to cramp and before you know it, I'm having a butt explosion in the bathroom of the place - every time I think I'm done, I clean up, stand up and before I can leave the stall I'm running back to the toilet again. I don't want to go into the disgusting details too clearly, but let's just say it sounded like there was a waterfall coming out of my butt for about 30 minutes. Gross. I was sweating and ...
... beaches, our blogs would surely be boring.
I have made the sacrifices and placed myself in precarious positions on dark beaches and dangerous highways, not to mention the strain on my newly founded marriage, so that you, our
dear reader, can have some entertainment. In the end, I expect that I will be thanked for providing interesting readings to you my dear readers.
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UTAH -Unleaded Took A Hike!
... shouldn't the road twist and turn, shouldn't there be views? Well, yes, there were all of these things; sort of. I-70 goes through the US interstate's highest and longest tunnel (Eisenhower Tunnel) which is just over 11,000 ft above sea level and just under 2 miles long and it winds through the Glenwood Canyon but we didn't get any feeling of height or terrain. Perhaps because it all felt new and slightly alien - plus G was engrossed with ...