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... Volcano National Monument. You can drive up to the top and
see the crater but when we got there we found out the length of our
vehicle meant we could go but it would cost $18, shut the road down
and require an escort up the road and back down again. Now, I have
faith in Ben's driving but not roads themselves so we (I) decided not
to. Kaitlin became Jnr. Ranger though, filling in an activity book,
going on a hike (not ...
... to be afraid of people. Jonathan and I went for a walk along the cliff above the lake - it disappeared at times and was very steep - a bit dangerous really we thought. We took our time and were careful - the view was nice and then we came to the end and saw the "Trail Closed" sign. That would explain a lot! Also saw an archeological site that has old stone rings that they think marked the Santa Fe Trail way back before it even existed as travelers camped ...
... says "Claude belongs to Jesus and all the people in it." Then there was a citation to one of the Psalms in the Bible. Now, I'm pretty sure that there is no psalm which says that Claude belongs to Jesus, so I'm not sure what all that was about. Disentangling the sentence structure, we figured that the ideas was that all the people of Claude belong to Jesus, but even then, there was a little problem with verb tense. Never to mention ...
... I have ever seen in a campground, we slept with a window open, and woke up freezing! I spent an hour in front of the fireplace , working on this, then made breakfast and we broke camp. The exit from camp was simpler than I expected. Mike came out to see us off, and Richard backed out and exited the campground while I talked. Lol i followed in Lisa , then pulled up behind Mona on the side of the road. He connected and were off to new ...
... the wind was just at the top of the mountain but I was wrong. It was quite windy as I hiked the Boca Trail. I was expecting interpretive signs but there were none. You get to see some interesting lava formations but it was disappointing compared to what I've seen at some other lava flows, such as Craters of the Moon National Monument.
After hiking all the trails I headed back to my hotel.