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Tuesday and Wednesday came with high wind warnings. It was too cold and windy to do much more than walk the dogs several times. The rain clouds banked up against the local mountains but hardly any pass into the desert. When they do it is downright cold. We enjoy what sun does shine on us.
Thursday we had a break in the wind..... at least it isn't blowing 30 mph, just 15. No delta wing doggie ears ...
... the tribe's rangers, and we were lucky to be the only two hikers in the group.
William had lots to tell us about the stories his ancestors have handed down and about the plants we encountered along the way and their uses for food and medicine.
The brittlebush ...
... deserves all the credit actually because he was the first to say he wanted to get baptized. I have wanted to as well but have wanted to do it along with my siblings but forgot about being baptized since it had not come up for some time. So to hear that Paul wanted to do it brought it back to me. So one thing led to another and it ended up that all four of us decided to get baptized together!!! It was exciting and something I'll never forget. And as a senior I thought it ...
... grown adult. He
talked to me like a child. BUT IT
WAS FUTILE TALKING TO HIM. I knew
it would be, but I had to say “my peace”.
He is someone who is on his “high horse” and thinks, talks and behaves
that way towards his customers or at least, some of his customers.
PLEASE DO NOT SPEND YOUR MONEY HERE! YOUR MEMORIES WILL BE UNDESERVEDLY
... apparently be on tour).
Dan, Darren and I had a butternut squash soup for entree (kind of like pumpkin soup) and Joel had a Caesar salad. The bread rolls were so yummy! The mains were also really good - i had salmon, Dan had a pork ouso buco, Joel had a chicken breast and Darren had a fillet Mignon. Darren and I managed a whole bottle of red - good for body warmth!
When we got home Dan, Darren and I took a dip in ...