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Since we'll be out of communication for a week or so when we get to Snow Canyon, I thought I'd write a few words before we get there.
We got out of Fort Hall by nine-thirty AM today and entered the "Race of the Wind." It came from numerous directions as you can imagine, since we changed course over the 250+ miles south. The price of gasoline has also increased as we proceeded south. It was $2.37 a gallon here in Nephi. Even with the ...
... you. No contest... no prizes, just curiosity being sought.
It's much different traveling this route in the summer. The trees are in full bloom and starting to show their fall colors. The streams and lakes are full and clear. We saw lots of antelope in the Dillon, Montana area. As yet un-hunted, they appeared calm. That will soon change.
This is our fifth trip traveling this way, believe it or not... Thanks for checking us out.
... and it looks good. It's only snowed three times since our arrival. Just like "Home, sweet home." :o)
One picture today at the Welcoming Center: Fiona does "Play well with others." Oops... for some reason, I couldn't get it from the phone. I'll put it on flickr tomorrow or so. See http://www.flickr.com/photos/ralphieboy o/
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... does more than the speed limit - he drives like an old man - I couldn't imagine what he was thinking.
We stopped a number of times to take pictures of the view. The hummer in front of us let his people out and then got the hummer in a very precarious position on an huge rock so they could take pictures.
I couldn't believe I was doing this and I was glad I didn't bring a pocket book it would have fallen out. The whole time I had to wear ...
... much gone I decided it was time to go for a dip in the lake. Candice and I stripped down to our birthday suits and ran screaming into the icy cold water. It didn't take long for us to run back towards the fire screaming from cold. This is by far my favorite day of the trip. Our little mouse hitch hiker is still living in the dash of the Jeep. We have named him Crickleback. Looks like he is on a long journey...our car smells like rodent ...