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Utah Trip 2014

May 3, 2014: UTAH National Parks & More Excited to begin our 12 day vacation in Utah to see “The Mighty Five”: the state’s 5 National Parks:  Arches, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef, Bryce Canyon & Zion. Smooth flights on Southwest & … Continue reading

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Backyard rambles…

Here we are at the end of Summer. There’s been enough rain to still have lush, rich green yards and hillsides. When you live in the country, you have some pretty good scenery right outside your door…

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Day 8 – Trip West

June 29: Our last full day of vacation & we made the most of it. Another sunny morning & we left The Beartooth Inn @ 7:30 AM after our comp. breakfast. 50 miles from Cody to Yellowstone on the Buffalo … Continue reading

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Day 7 – Trip West

“My restless, roaming spirit would not allow me to remain                                                      at home for very long.”  ~ Buffalo Bill Cody June 28: This is our day in Cody with very little driving! Enjoyed complementary motel breakfast. The morning brings cloudless blue skies … Continue reading

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Day 6 – Trip West

June 27: Quiet night. Drove through Roosevelt Arch at 6:50 AM. Bright blue, cloudless skies & in the upper 50s.   Four elk are bedded down near the Arch. 7:30 AM – turned onto road toward northeast entrance and into Lamar … Continue reading

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Day 5 – Trip West

June 26: “In every walk with nature, one receives far more than he seeks.” ~ John Muir Up early, breakfast in room, packed up & headed north. Sunshine & 50 degrees. Pretty drive past Yellowstone Lake again. Through Hayden Valley, … Continue reading

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Day 4 – Trip West

June 25: Awake to another drizzle. This is our Canyon Day plus whatever else we ramble to… It’s in the mid 40s when we leave Grant at 7:45 AM. Pretty drive along the lake and through the Hayden Valley. The … Continue reading

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