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... blogs but I am running out of superlatives). However, while God may have produced one of his masterpieces when He made this place – we must share some disappointment over the man made additions. In Austria or Switzerland we would perhaps have expected quaint little Alpine villages with wooden chalet style architecture blending tastefully into the environment. Here we have beautiful pan-flat valleys with 14000 foot peaks forming incredible walls on either ...
... coming under a bridge towards us. John got out of the truck and took a few more shots. He called to them but they didn't look up, and apparently didn't hear his voice because of the noise of the river.
Leaving them to their watery trek, we drove back into town and picked up lunch from a Mexican restaurant that Laura and Tom had recommended. When John got out of The BIg Red Truck to go in and get take out, Sheeba ...
... cinnamon buns!! What could we do I ask? We bought one to take back to Laura and Tom...and another one accidentally fell into the bag with that one. What else could we do but bring it back to Mufasa with us. Really. What would YOU have done?...I thought so. (I KNOW what you would have done, Betty C!)
Our weather here today is so very nice. Blue skies, a little warm (84 degrees) but VERY low humidity (25%) so we are very comfortable. ...
... bumpers too but everyone was ready to leave in this lifetime... Before leaving this morning we got into one of those parent conversations, and realized that we have reached a new milestone in our lives...who knew?? In 1978, we loaded up both girls and my (Pat's) parents into a Chevrolet Suburban (BIg Bertha), hooked to my parents 31 foot Avion travel trailer and headed "west of the Pecos" on a bucket list trip of my Daddy's. We were ...
... is outside defying the elements (we can hear rolling thunder in the distance and it is NOT a group of Harleys)! I didn't go into the office to register...that was Laura and her Dad's job...but he said that the folks that run the campground are super nice people and he is looking forward to our stay. Our site is reasonably level...only needed to use one block in the front to level...and the electric is very strong. Haven't tried the WIFI yet but have the back up hot spot so ...