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... and we walked, and we walked and we walked, about three tenths of a mile out and the same distance back. Someone was joking when they printed that sign. It was 80 degrees and in the sun it felt like 90. But I did it. Two other stops required walking down a significant number of stairs and back up. I did that, too. I wanted to see what everyone else was looking at. And it was the river, down below, about 4,000 ft. below. Maybe ...
... year's trip and will blog it for you then. Up next was the Black Canyon of the Gunnison Nat. Park. It was named because the canyon is so deep and narrow that sunlight seldom reaches the bottom in many places. I had to constantly fight off my vertigo but it was worthwhile. The park itself is rather primitive with nothing exciting except the canyon so again no vacation spot but worth a day trip to ...
... Roasted sweet corn on the cob, skewered veggies & a veggie burger
We got dressed and hit the trails at 6am, just in time to see the sun rising over the mountains. (I should mention we are completely surrounded by mountains.) We headed out on Sunset Ridge for a nice morning hike. The trail went along the edge of the mountain with drops offs down to the lake. There was no one else up so we had the entire trail to ...
... consider my life. To witness a blossoming relationship. Meet a new old friend. To decide if expatriating was a probable option for me. To feel, really feel, where the gaps are in my life- where I have longing.
This journey to Japan, however, does genuinely feel like it will be light, easy fun. More specifically, indulgence. I don't have a little voice in the back of my consciousness saying, "sorry sweetie, but you're going ...