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Saturday, March 31, 2012
Friday, March 30, 2012
Thursday, March 29, 2012
|The collection of Ancestral Puebloan Pottery at |
Edge of the Ceders SP Blanding, Utah
|The scavanger hunt for the museum's |
jr. ranger program
Note to self: never leave unanswered history question lying around when your house sitter is a history major.
Wednesday, March 28, 2012
Boo jumping down.
You might have noticed Yugly tucked inside my jacket.
Yugly had to come hiking.
This is Boo popping out of Goblin...
And this is Boo sound asleep as we pulled into our driveway, safe at home.
Right after breakfast we hiked through some more sites at Hovenweep before heading out towards Montezuma Creek (via back roads) and the Trail of the Ancients.
More catch & release lizards.
That was a long drive along the San Juan Swell toTemple Mt where we camped at the gates of Goblin Valley.
Boo collecting 'leaverites' (leave 'em right there rocks)
BLM rock finds
A huge starry sky and warm sleeping bags for our last night out.