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As a family we decided this year to have a simple Christmas. We made each other homemade gifts and everyone seemed happy! I was overwhelmed with the thought and effort that everyone put into making their gifts and it is a Christmas I will never forget, so far it has been the best one ...
... smart and had hotdogs that could be cooked on sticks. I had brought burgers so I needed a grill. The wind was blowing too hard and it was hard to get the grill going, so I just broke out the electric skillet and cooked them that way. We then sat out there until 1:45 am laughing and talking. When we did go to bed, Tyler and I pulled the table over behind our door to at least keep the door closed. Oh, and we also slept with the light on.
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 ...
... in a way, simple. My good deed for the day was when i pulled over at an obscure place crossing over a ridge and some guy got out of a truck that was there and walked up to me as i was writing my last short posting. He asked me if i was with the forest service coming to meet him. I wasnt. He said he's been waiting a while and left. Honestly i think, the people around here think i'm a local or something...i guess i could pass as slightly mexican..and of course that ...
... almost an hour trying to get the car started and at long last we were on the road.
As planned we headed up Hwy 160 and stopped at the Four Corners Monument to take pictures. Since this is actually located on Navajo Nation land so there is a $3 per person charge. The monument itself is an embedded marker with the four states (Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, and Arizona) marked. Because we are traveling before peak tourist season, we had a very small queue to get to the ...
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