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... and yes even bicycling (the bus will take bikes too).
We were told this park is proud to be home to many Condors, which were nearing extinction a few years back. These magnficent birds have a wingspan of up to 9 ft, imagine! Unfortunately, we did not get to see any today. If you are ever this direction, this is a great place to stop. It is not nearly as large as Bryce Canyon, but awesome in it's own rght. Enjoy the pictures!
... the water filter and bladder.
The trip back wasn't nearly as enjoyable for me.
1. It was hot
2. The sand in my boots was starting to annoy me
3. The flys were annoying
4. My blood-sugar levels dropped lower than was healthy and I was worn out
I was barely excited to be done with the hike... I might have been a complete downer to my hiking partner, but I just couldn't get excited when I was still tingly and feeling like ...
... they serve - Polygamy Porter. He told us that the logo of that beer is "Why have just one". Too funny.
Our waiter, Emanuel, a young man from Mexico joined us for a beer and ate the chips and salsa. We talked for a while. Adam ordered another beer.
Rule # 3 in Utah: The server must remove the finished drink before bringing the new one.
Then Adam asked him about buying a few bottles to take with him.
Perspective...I've lost it in so many ways already on this bike tour. I have almost no sense of time, distance, work effort, or even danger.
Tomorrow is Day 40. I think back to when I started in Spokane, Washington and it feels like a year has easily passed. Easily. And when did Summer get here? I think it started for me on Day 1 because I have had 37 and a half days of sunshine and dry weather so far.
It was over ...
... a selfie while holding what appeared to be a tortilla. We stepped out of the car and asked him if he would like us to take his picture (with his food item?). He immediately asked if we were from South Africa, which seemed like a rather odd question until we remembered that Steve was wearing a South African Airways hat that he had acquired during a trip there in 2012. The young man turned out to be a nuclear engineer who was traveling across the country from California to ...