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... I got my camera out. Just as I did, another car pulled to the shoulder near them and I was sure that he would scare them back into the forest. He also pulled right in front of where I was trying to take a picture. Cheryl said the guy just grinned when he saw that I was taking a picture. Lucky she didn’t tell me that until afterward.
I took several pictures of them as they grazed on the grass. There were several of them and they were ...
... 8211; mostly for tax and medical insurance reasons – but don’t spend much time there. They have traveled all over the country and are here for a few days before heading to Mesa, AZ.
They are avid Jeepers and she told us of some of the trails they had taken a look at over the past few days. Some of them sounded interesting and we are going to try one of the forest roads tomorrow. It is on White Mountain and is at the ...
... washed later in the day. It was filthy from the rain we encountered leaving Memphis some days ago, so it needed a bath. I suppose I could have done it, but it is just too hot and I didn’t really feel like doing it myself.
Once we were settled we headed over to see our friends, Mike and Marsha, at their place, which was less than a mile from the park. We loaded up Harley and off we went. Mike and Harley are pals so he was really ...
... ask, "Are we there yet?" Enough to drive you nuts, right? Roy finally came up with the idea to split the trip up like a pizza pie. He'd say, "We've still got half a pizza to go or only one slice now!". Somehow that seemed to give her perspective and she wouldn't ask so often. On one trip, Alle and her little friend Kaylin laughed continually the entire way home, which was about 3 1/2 hours! Oh, to ...
We ended the day with a great dinner at Charlie Clarks's Steak house. We ran into an old friend from work, Ron Smith, who is also up here with his family. Ron mentioned he and his family were hiking today not far from the San Juan fire that has flared up east of Show Low. Already 2,000 acres burned. So sad for the families who live in the area and for the beautiful forest in this area.