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... mother of the other two. It's not until the next day I realise that Derek is the Dad and Jackie the step mum. Apparenty Bayne thought the same thing.
Dylan arrives and seems pretty quiet and shy. He gives out our packs and we get to chose our snacks for the next 5 days. He tells us its likely going to stay warm so I am able to leave some of my cold weather gear at the hotel.
I have more IPA, buffalo wings and a big bowl of pasta for dinner.
... often well beyond the reality. But here... well, here you can stand in childish, slack-jawed amazement on the edge of a precipice and not feel embarrassed by your welling enthusiasm in the least.
The US National Park Service is a national treasure. It does a sterling job of balancing the stress of thousands of visitors with preservation of the parks. One of the facilities it provides is an excellent information centre for each of its parks. We always visit them ...
... her well-rehearsed descriptions of the history and beauty of the petrified forest by jotting on the map "big logs!" next to the appropriate overlook.
First up: the Painted Desert, a barren landscape of badlands, red from iron deposits, eroded over time. Magnificent.
We used the earlier delay to our advantage, with the low evening sun illumination giving ...
... She added a lot of life and fun to the trip. On Monday the 30th, Kris, Abe me and Jacob awoke early to do a short part of the South Kaibab trail that John had suggested. Stunning switchbacks and a deep ascent to "Oh-Ah Point" was our goal. This point is particularly stunning because you can see both left and right. The weather was cool and much of the hike was in the shade, which made it pretty pleasant. Such a great way to start the day before preparing to depart for Monument Valley, ...
... but it seemed wrong to pay money for a bizarre stroll thru a tourist-trap Bedrock village after the perfect viewing of one of nature's most amazing works of art....free!
Coming home to a comfortable hotel is always such a relief. We freshened up and layered up and headed out to the event that Dan was looking forward to possibly the most....Lowell Observatory. It was time to put aside being a tourist and become a scientist. I ...
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