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... but was actually completed in 1932. While there, I also took advantage of the lookout point and snapped some great photos of the vast desert that we were about to drive through.
Our next stop was the Four Corners National Monument. The drive from the GC to Four Corners was eerily lonesome. We were on a two lane state highway where in about the five hours or so that it took us to arrive, we saw about 10 cars and two gas stations. There ...
... walking alone in the city. I'm not sure whether it is the culture of respect, or the thousands of hidden cameras that made me feel secure, either way, I loved being able to explore without feeling nervous or threatened.
3. Public transportation is amazing in Korea. Between the subway, trains, buses, and taxis, it was easy and affordable to go anywhere in the country. A ride to the opposite side of the city only cost about $2. ...
... expected to be in tonight.
Fruita Biking, Hot Tomato and Bee Acquaintance
Coffee breakfast and bikes in the truck. We took the "secret" route to 18 road and soon the orchards and cornfields turned to desert and desert. We had forgotten the trail book. I gave a short-lived funny look of "should we go back and get it?" and in seconds we were already on Zippity-doo-da.
We had gone the wrong way. Luckily, we ...
... About two scebic miles down a small sign read "Indian Writing." I pulled over. Thus was our destination. Along the rock wall, covered with natural blackish varnish, were dozens if petroglyphs and rock art left by various prehistoric Indian travelers. Some were over a thousand years old and made up if peck marks Luke the ones we saw in Nevada. Others were carved and painted. The ghostly histories recorded on the wall were easier to follow here than anywhere else I've ...
... on the board of directors of her dad's company, VECO. VECO was an oil pipeline service company based in Alaska. I found it interesting that VECO was sold to CH2M Hill, a company I have been working with at the Embassy in Georgetown.
According to what I saw on the web; many, if not all, of the vehicles are available for rental. I am fairly certain I could not afford any of them.
The building is situated on a ...
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