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... with my left hand but having trouble getting both arms high enough to take photos. Also the galley is too high for comfort but I try not to spend too much time there... Continuing with the exercises & keep hoping it'll improve...
... mapping. Luckily I had purchased a paper map book that helped me find my way towards Moab. I had every intention at first of stopping in at Moab on the highway north. It was still in Utah, but like I said it was an initial thought. I didn't know how long it would take me to get here. There was also a national park just north of Moab that might have been interesting. Driving into moab, the landscape was a little better, ...
... was actually a drain which meant we'd been crawling around in a drain! Tanya walked back around on the road and saw the door she'd stopped for. Chris and I explored once more and discovered it was also a drain. Once again we were crawling around in a drain! Neither of us regretted exploring the 'caves' though because it had been surprisingly fun despite the outcome of finding out we were drain diving!
We headed to Dinosaur National Monument where we boarded ...
... a dog and I still had to take my test!
Finally I was stable enough to get back to the car and drive to the lab which was about 8 minutes away, clenching my sphincter the whole way and moaning in agony, I arrived and ran to the bathroom again.
After washing up and splashing some cool water on my face I headed to the second floor to get this done once and for all. I had a form that Amazon sent me to take along that had their account number and the type of test I ...
... our passport stamp and orientation video. The video had great pictures, but little information. We enjoyed a quick lunch in the coach before setting out on the scenic drive. We enjoyed many of the overlooks. Although this is a beautiful national monument, it was a bit of a letdown after Canyonlands. Both parks are a part of the Colorado plateau with similar formations. Canyonlands is a bit more extensive and extreme.
We returned ...
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