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... which has an elevation of about 11,000 feet. Mike was struggling up the mountains, so he stopped and unhooked the Jeep and Karen drove it through the mountains. John noticed that she hugged the center line a lot when we were going through the mountains. We can't figure out why they don't have guardrails on these mountain roads.
We stopped at the Blue Mesa Reservoir and had lunch. It is part of the Curecanti National Recreation Area. It is the ...
Week 5 BLOG
Monday June 2, 2014
This morning we headed south on US 550 to just north of the town of Ridgway, to the Dennis Weaver Memorial Park. This is a good size park that was donated by the family of Dennis Weaver, from the TV show “Gunsmoke”. We were told that there were some fabulous
bike trails in the park, so we took ...
... professional baseball game in Seoul, South Korea
3. Visiting Noryangjin Fish Market in Seoul, South Korea
4. Going to Kukkiwon
5. Hiking the Narrows, Zion National Park
6. Looking at ...
... 8212;most requiring a little hiking. While not quite black, the canyon is a dark brown and is a beautiful narrow canyon with veins of lighter rock running through it in areas. Like Pinnacles, I would say this park is more reasonable as a national monument rather than a national park considering its small size and relative lack of ...
... and traveling there made me want to come to Japan all the more.
One of the pleasures of Asia is that everyone is so civilized. Disagreements are expressed with the utmost of tact. The bowing they do- it's not about superior and inferior. It's about respect. A namaste sort of thing. Since I returned from Singapore, just saying "thank you" is now not really sufficient. It's "thank you" with a bow that makes it more genuine. I can ...