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Wow, what a day of sightseeing. It got off to a rocky start, though, because it was raining Monsoon strength when we left Ely. Gusher, and that effected at least some of the day, since some of the remote attractions were on dirt roads and muddy which we didn't attempt for fear of slow death stuck in the mud.
We stopped at practically every viewpoint, historic viewpoint, vista (1,325,455 of them) but it's great learning about the history of these places ...
... to put the pieces together of a jigsaw puzzle with missing pieces.
Ranger Shawn reminds us that these were different times and different environments. Do not judge them as too different from us. Some of the people back then were nice, some miserable, some worked hard, some were lazy. They were humans just like us. He ended the talk giving us a different perspective than the normal history lessons. The Freemont Indians survived in ...
... No wonder Bernie looked sheepishly happy to see me instead of his normal bouncy self. A whole bag. Jump on to the internet. Neither the amount of chocolate nor the foil they fill is deadly. Thankfully his body weight is so high in comparison to how much was in the bag. But the bag was closed! How on earth did he manage to get them? He’s just going to have a belly ache and other gastro issues but I berate myself for thinking food on the counter ...
... Thank goodness all the roads in were paved because our GPS said they weren't and it would have been a long dry, dusty drive in if they weren’t. The weather is nice right now but we are headed for three days of possible showers, rain and thunderstorms in the afternoon. Glad we won’t be in the slot canyons with flash floods. Flash floods can happen in seconds! The Goblin section of the park is amazing.
We met ...
... shaped, blobs of mud. Harder sandstone on top apparently resulted in the development of these goofy-looking, geological groupings as ancient seas ebbed and flowed, sculpting as if with a silly sense of humor while softer materials eroded away beneath harder brown sandstone.
In our search for a trail through this maze of hardened mud, we worked our way from one valley into the next. Recent rains ...
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