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On the way we encountered several lizards including the collared lizard. He/she (I didn't check) was bright green with a beautifully colored collar.
We named our group the Huskies! Each time I would yell Huskies the kids would bark like Huskies and stop so that we could make sure we were all together. We finished our hike by learning about the Tamarisk and ...
... and A.B.S. control even though John was trying to scare Zoe with drifting and by racing up to and over humps - but she loved it! We passed the brilliant blue of the Potash salt evaporation ponds and after many a bump, twist and turn arrived at Thelma and Louise Point - the point where they drive off the cliff at the end of the film. We stood on the edge - Zoe venturing out further than John's knee-trembling would allow (and he could almost hear Zoe's Mum ...
... straight up for 500 feet. Well, two dozen rock climbers scaled it with a flag and hoisted it Iwo Jima style at noon while a brass ensemble played the national anthem. Needless to say, that was quite an event.
Cole left the next day and I did the hike from the rim around the Independence Monument and back. It was getting hot. The next morning, we left the Monument after an employee told me the Grand Mesa is cool. ...
... started with bull riding and then went into cattle roping. After that they had an event were little kids road sheep, and team roping. They had other events like steer riding for older kids and more bull riding. One of the last bull riders was flung off his bull and in mid air his head and the bull’s head collided. He was knocked unconscious and an ambulance had to pick him up. After the rodeo we just drove home and went to bed.