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... Creek Pass, were in rain off and on all day. In Monte Vista, we drove through where it had hailed quite a bit and we too drove in some hail. We stopped at Alamosa for lunch then drove on to Walsenburg where we got on the interstate. We stopped for gas at Trinidad, Colorado for gas before crossing into New Mexico. We got off the interstate at highway 64 and found this to be a nice 4 lane road all the way to Clayton, ...
... Travelodge in Holbrook. We had stayed there a couple of years ago and enjoyed it again this time. September 18, 2014 (Thursday) I started out driving to Flagstaff. We stopped there and got gas and some groceries at the Safeway there. We then headed north towards North Rim of Grand Canyon. This was a pretty drive most of the way. They were doing construction so this slowed down progress. We drove across a bridge down river ...
Well, summer is over and the fall is giving way to winter!
We've already had a slight dusting of snow, although, this week's weather has been slightly warmer, so we may not see another dusting of snow until later.
During the fall I was reminded about one of my favorite things about the transition time from summer into fall which is with what ferocity it comes, much like life, a simple reminder that we are finite beings and we all ...
Found ourselves in Fayetteville, Arkansas and decided to travel to Devil's Den State Park for a morning hike with Sam. DDSP is a 2500 acre park built in 1933 as part of the CCC, located in the beautiful Boston Mountains. Butterfield trail is a 15 mile strenuous trail, CCC interpreted trail is 1/4 mile, self guided trail is 1.5 miles, ...
... not really all that helpful, although her hairdo was quite interesting. I doubt she had ever been hiking before. On the Yellow Rock trail there were beautiful vistas, not from the official overlook (where the CCC structure is) but from the large rock overlooks. Lunch of leftovers back at the cabin. Went swimming at the pool with some very lax lifeguards. Tricia helped one little girl who came off the slide and did not swim - Tricia was ...