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... to walk inside their homes. It is extremely difficult to imagine living the way they did, constantly negotiating the rugged terrain and struggling with everyday needs.
To view the cliff dwellings, a one-mile hike was required. The National Park Service rated it as "strenuous". Hmmmmm.....well they were right. I sure was huffing and puffing on the way ...
... There were also many petrified trees scattered among and on top of the dunes. They also had an overlooks for a major petroglyph site. You were not as close to these glyphs as the ones in Moab UT. However, these glyphs were quite clear and vivid and readily visible with binoculars. Peg was able to get some great photos with the new camera’s 60 power zoom lens. Speaking of the camera she took several panoramic views of the desert ...
... of her pulmonary meds...the one that gives her a headache for a side effect. He has a natural remedy to accomplish the same effect on her vascular system. All good news. Did my sauna & recombinant bike exercise this afternoon while a thunderstorm was dumping some rain on Sedona. The doc just came by while I was showering & Nancy was "coffee breaking" so he went away. He caught up ...
My alarm went off at 4:00 AM, and I crawled out of bed to discover that my lovely bride, Cindy, had not made it to bed at all. She was up all night taking care of the last minute details. I poured a cup of coffee, and we proceeded to finish the final few tasks that had to be accomplished before we could leave. Chris knocked on the back door about 4:30 AM, looking far too chipper for that ungodly hour of ...
After arriving in LA and hiring a car I cruised north of I-5 which is always busy with a mix of traffic to Sacramento. Then it was onto Woodland 20 odd miles away and the production headquarters for Four Wheel Camper (www.fourwh.com/) where our rig had been stored since last year. I was shattered by the time I got there!
My plan to head south was stymied when a big dump of snow closed all the minor passes over the Sierra Nevada Ranges and I was forced to take ...