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... day. We took a break after cleaning the runs.
After we took a break, we went and fed and socialized with the bunnies. The bunny that I was with was Hashbrown. He was very soft and liked to eat the lettuce that I gave him. He had floppy ears, and was very fun to be with. He ate so much lettuce, so I also fed other bunnies nearby.
... A couple on the way back saw the worries on my face, and asked me if I'm looking for someone. Telling them that I'm looking for my son. They asked "Neon Green Hoodie, 14 year old boy"? I said Yes. The couple told me that Felix is all the way up at the end of the other side, resting by the tree.
Huge relief, but I'm trying to figure out how to communicate to Curtis, who was way down at the other side at Scout's Lookout waiting for my return. I ...
... s 10 most dangerous hikes (during flash flooding time from July-Sept, the monsoon season).
Didn't go far in Buckskin Gulch, as we encountered a section of water that's impassable for us, at least chest deep (muddy water). The water was from a storm/flash flood two months ago, according to Steve.
Saw quite a bit of big horn sheep petroglyph near the end of Wire Pass and Buckskin Gulch. ...
... and we felt we had done well and should return. Our decision based on watching a six foot plus man turn back as the water reached his chest! We returned after our lunch sitting in the sun on a river bank and provided much information for the many tourists now attempting or thinking of attempting the same walk. We also met the two ladies again! I should say that in conversation we were always asked where we were from and how long we were holidaying. I then had ...
... the hotel and we met several couples from Ohio and Washington. We shared our stories of our travels and enjoyed a couple of glasses of wine. We learned about several other activities to do in the Kanab area, and if we had more time, we would do them, but there is only so much time and money. It sounds like Antelope Canyon is well worth the $28 per person fee for a guide. We also have learned that if anyone is coming to this area and visiting three or more ...