Re: His and Prehistoric Day
- View SourceWhat a great day! Thanx for the TR. This working stiff needed that!
Glad someone is out! Sounds like the health is improving.
--- In Zion_National_Park_Hiking@yahoogroups.com, bomabro84738
> Started the day meeting my hiking partner at Kanab BLM with the
> of seeing the Historic event of The Calif Condor release atwithin
> Vermillion Cliffs. Was able to acquire a same day walkin permit to
> the Wave while at BLM. Got to the release site with 30 minutes to
> spare....got permission to hike closer than the mile and half
> viewpoint so Tanya and I headed the 1 1/4 miles to the base of the
> cliff and got under the release cliff for a closer view. Maybe
> 1/4 mile "the way a condor flies".....what a cool event....hope weWire
> got some good shots? Time will tell.
> Headed back, hopped in the truck and drove the 20 or so miles to
> Pass and started hiking at 1:30 to find the dino tracks. I ranacross
> the wash to the wave to get a quick GPS mark then rejoined Tanyaon
> the north side of the wash who was busily hunting some dinotracks.
> We scoured and spent the next 2.5 miles going high and low thenHigh
> again. Sun setting, time to start back skunked! Helping Tanya downin
> the steep slickrock and over a ledge, I looked between my feet and
> and Wah Hoo! I was walking on the same footprints left millions of
> years ago! Many of them! Daylight was burning, and I had promised
> Tanya that we would be able to make it back to the Middle school
> Kanab to Join her husband and kids for her oldest daughters b-ballbatted
> game at 7. We made it! And and her Team won. I'd say that we
> 1000 today!
> Thanks Hiking Buddy! Whats next?
- View Sourceluvs_to_hike wrote:
> The cookies from your country are outstanding!They have got to be high caloric.
The rinner ones are best when warm. Maby a few
seconds in a microwave.
You're right. Very high in caloric. Save one for
Bo too :-)