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... typical tourist, snapping at everything, willing to edit out the not so great shots at the end of the day. The day was not without it’s nail biting moments as we weaved our way to an elevation of 11796 feet above sea level according to the sweatshirt Carson bought (the wooden marker in the photo says 12005 feet, we had to do some hiking to make up the difference). The parks people graciously helped us with our anxieties about driving so close to the mountain cliffs ...
... and runway to M & C’s house to view their other delight, a classic Cessna 195 of late 40’s/early 50’svintage. A “business class” aircraft that could be considered the personal jet of its day and a prized possession, 66R looked immaculate!
Supper with A, C and M at a local restaurant closed off another wonderful day in the foothills of the Rockies, but we would need to be up early tomorrow to avoid any more of those nasty ...
... containing manuscripts written on Palm leaves. In the afternoon we drive to Sam Sand Dunes for a camel ride.
Feb 18- we travel to Jodhpur looking for gazelle and Bustards along the way. The city is surrounded by an immense wall 10 km long and dominated by a massive hill fort. In the afternoon we visit the Meherangrah fort and have views of blue houses painted to distinguish them as Brahmins.
Feb 19- in the morning we begin our drive to ...
... 414 miles, traveling between two countries and through eight states. Each day that we set out on a hike we kept track of our distance and in the end we hiked a total of 86 miles with our longest being our amazing 12 miles in Glacier National Park to Cracker Lake. In all that time, we kept a log of the license plates we spotted from the various states, and managed to see 49, only missing West Virginia. Amazingly enough we did see multiple Hawaii plates causing us ...
... getting mud on the tires (and the rest of the truck)! From there, we continued east towards Rocky Mountain NP. We made it to the town just outside the west side of the park (Grand Lake, CO) and experienced something new for us...we could not find a campground that had availability. On top of that, we barely had cell service, and didn't have data coverage at all, so we had no way of finding other options. "Play it by ear" travel is a ...