Driving Through Utah to Bryce Canyon
The drive from Denver to Bryson Canyon national park in Utah has been as breathtaking as driving through Yellowstone, and as varied.
Usually I take a picture whenever I feel something.
During this 3-day drive it seems like I felt something every time we turned a corner!
Jeff is 100% IN on this trip. His only complaint has been he misses talking to Mark, his brother-from-another-mother, everyday. Isn’t that so sweet?
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When we started this journey Darla would shriek with surprise when we turned a corner or hit a bump and things shifted or fell. Now as we drive, when things clank and splat she calls out from her bed/dining bench, “I GOT IT!”
I found the ONE advantage to online learning. Jeff and I get to hear the teachers and our kids’ in-class responses.
Zane had a poetry unit one week in English class. After the first day of listening to him explain the symbolism of Edgar Allen Poe’s “The Raven” to his classmates, Jeff, Darla, and I all looked at each other like, DAMN! I guess playing video games does make you smart!
There’s not much to say after seeing all of this. And I have so many more pictures from Green River and other spots.
How are you handling your election anxiety, friend? About 80% of the people I know are threatening to move after the election — from both sides of the political spectrum. So, if you are looking for an investment opportunity, I suggest moving companies. !!
God bless America and pass the fried chicken.
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