Travel Blogs from Montrose
... this.) We passed areas where it appeared that nothing was going on even though Halliburton was present, areas where the earth was arid desert, and areas where fertile fields were growing corn and onions and other crops.
We arrived in Montrose and took the turn east to the park. I was not expecting much. Lets face it…after taking photos of red and peach colored sculptures, orange walls and purple and tan canyons, ...
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 ...
... three wasn't bad in this case, and they came away with a great campsite story.
So our windshield was hit with a road-rock sometime on Saturday, and sitting in the sun on Sunday we heard a pop and noticed that the tiny speck had now started an honest-to-God fracture that we could watch slowly creeping across the windshield. Since we woke up Monday morning still ...
... a good front, and give off solid "don't mess with me" vibes (in energy healing we call it "the porcupine"), but it's such a relief to know that I can put all that defense away and just be vulnerable, knowing that from all strangers I will be treated with delicacy.
And speaking of delicacies, there's the food. The food in North America just doesn't stack up in comparison. Not in any way. They say the closer you get to China, the ...