Peaks and Valleys

Hello. It’s me!

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Southern Utah and Northern Arizona are simply loaded with peaks and valleys. And brontosauruses.

We raced south at speeds exceeding those of a pace car in the Daytona 500.

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We found snow.

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We found bone-chilling cold.

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After hours of peaks, we found a valley (or a canyon, you pick). I wanted to stretch my legs.

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And stretch ’em I did!

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I’m a big fan of the Colorado River.

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Check out this one … #photobomb

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I made new friends.

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And I caucused with my peeps.

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We’re closing in on our destination. After a long day of peaks and valleys, my consciousness descended into a valley.

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2 thoughts on “Peaks and Valleys

  1. I like that part (er, all) of the Colorado River too, but in this post, your daring dash on the brontosaurus is the winner! Tell your mom, I miss her… and all of you, have fun today! (You wouldn’t particularly want to be here under dark, oppressive skies, the wind already on the rise, with very high winds predicted for the afternoon and evening, high enough to warn about power outages. Whooopeeee… get out the candles!

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  2. Looks like so much fun. I ended up at the Seattle Kennel Club dog show on Saturday. Good Lord people are nuts. I must have been manhandled by at least 100 people. The good thing is they all fed me treats (until I puked) but hey it was fun while it lasted. Passed out in the car on the way home. Keep having fun, little brother.

    Ruger

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