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... back from the hike, so we headed to the only restaurant within 20 miles: a restaurant at the lodge just outside the park. Fortunately, the food was very good, despite catering to a captive audience.
After lunch, we returned to the visitor’s center to ask some questions about birds and butterflies, and found, once again, that none of the staff appears to know much of anything about either one. One ranger told me that he ...
... Gimme, Gimme, yeah
Life is a highway, I wanna ride it
All night long
If your going my way, I wanna drive it
All night long
There was a distance between you and I
(between you and I)
A misunderstanding once
But now, we look it in the eye
There ain't no load that I can't hold
The road's so rough this I know
I'll be there when the light comes in just tell 'em we're survivors
The end result. A big Christmas tree. Rach stuffed up the base. Typical.
Time for some hill sprints up the dunes.
And not going to do that again.
We left ...
... along the way. Railroad fanatics who follow trains to take pictures etc. are called foamers. On this part of journey we crossed Lobato Trestle at 100 ft. above Wolf Creek. We went by Cresco Tank where trains can take on water. This tank was used in the movie: Indiana Jones: The Last Crusade. Then we came to Cumbres Pass the highest point on our journey at 10,015 ft. Our next memorable experience was navigating around ...
... Fiona were close behind, following Quinn up one of the side of the arch. I came behind with my camera and all the water bottles. Again the three posed for a picture sitting up at the top. If I didn't know any better I would think that they were all brothers and sisters. We all climbed back down and were over to the next window within a few minutes. Quinn and Fiona were exited to climb up the side but Liam and I were to ...
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