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... through the HooDoos. The car I was in beat the car Jerra was in - I felt better about this after loosing in the Toy Story shoot out ride.
The end of the night we made it to the World of Colors which put the Bellagio water show in Vegas to shame. It was incredible, integrating most of the Disney shows into the production. We got there after it started so we didn't have a great view of it, but it was still quite amazing. When the ...
... Our neighbor brought over fudgesicles for the kids, we had the big salt water pool all to ourselves, watched the sun go down, and sat in our lawn chairs together staring at all the colors in the sky. I remember thinking to myself…wow, this is really happening, we’re really doing this.
We spent the next day catching up on things around home. Dean worked on school stuff and Corey and Iris went out to look for a playground to ...
... Denis head off on his own at the crossroads there and he went up the Vista Point and then the Moon Country loop. Very hot waiting for him but watched a couple geckos playing follow the leader (I pretty much call all little lizards geckos regardless of how accurate that may be-- for all I know they may have been little fringe-toed lizards that they mentioned, but I don't think so). The trail was 2.5 to 4 miles with Denis doing the 4 miles ...
Indio, California. If you have heard of this city then you must have heard of the insane heat and the ample amount of palm trees found literally everywhere. Indio is one of several cities found in the Coachella Valley. Yes, during the summer mostly everyone stays inside due to the 120 degree weather. But in the winter, the weather is perfect. The winter is time for many visitors from Canada, Arizona, Mexico and more. People always ask me, "What is there to do over there? It looks so boring!" Well ...
... that we knew we came from. We had more than 500 meters to hike until we would see the truck according to the GPS. This meant a bit more climbing, a long stretch above the canyon, and then a decent to where the truck was. Finally, we had made it. Four hours later.
I would like to point out how thankful I was that I did not make this trip in the rainy season, during this canyon trip more than ever, as there is no way I would have made it out of the morning ...