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ok for one night
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Preparing for a short trip can be quite easy, BUT, preparing for a six week adventure can be
some what nervous, exciting and wondering what should I pack and knowing that I should only Pack the essentials. Sam drove me to the airport in Fresno and helped me check in and then
waits until he can't see me any more. I'm on my own until the plane takes off for San Francisco,
... trip......so far........and pray for continued safety/stamina for the rest of the trip. And, thank goodness for a high limit on our American Express. When we get home we will file for bankruptcy and send the card back. After all, it is only a piece of plastic.
BTW: for anyone who is paying attention, there is obviously a serious problem in California with water shortages/availability. We have noticed many, many ...
... came around a bend and there it was, stretching away from us forever; an endless sagebrush dessert. This morning we explored a large lake that lay like a mirage on the dessert. An expanse of pale blue shimmering within a landscape of pale green. The extremely salty waters are a result of multiple small springs that bubbled up beneath the water, depositing layers of minerals (known as tufa) and eventually building submerged towers. As the lake receded with time, ...
... free but she was holding me too tight. Then Pakou came to my rescue and shoved her away while telling her to leave us alone. We took off and I could hear her laughing out loud. After distancing ourselves from Bertha, we finally felt our hunger getting to us and decided to have dinner at Bobby Salazar's. While eating dinner, Pakou and I talked about how we should deal with ...
... were patterned and colored like a Frank Lloyd Wright stained glass piece. There were many, many wild flowers of yellow, red, purple, lavender, pink, white and paler shades of all the above.
As we came back out of the canyon, the temperature had dropped to 37 degrees and there was some very fine snow. As we continued on our way saw many dogwoods blooming. Stopping at Red Mountain Overlook, the temperature was 35 degrees and the snow was picking up ...