lucy's big adventure

Discussion in 'Full Timing' started by rubbachicken, Jun 19, 2012.

  1. rubbachicken

    rubbachicken Member

    tree trunks and roots can be mesmerizing
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    from bryce we went to zion national park

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    very different seeing the canyon from the bottom looking up

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    from there down to the north rim of the grand canyon
     
  2. rubbachicken

    rubbachicken Member

    but when they are long way away they're not so big
    the cliff was a mile away, and 1000 feet tall, you can make out the condors in the sky 8)

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  3. rubbachicken

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    i finally got one, how ugly are condors, this one is a 10 year old female, at the visitor center in the grand canyon they were able to tell us all about them

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    after the grand canyon, we found dinosour feet the first i've ever seen
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    they are huge, much bigger than chicken feet

    then we went to the petrified forest, i can't believe people take this stuff home, at a rate of 2200lbs a month pretty soon at this rate there'll be none left for the rest of us to see

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  4. rubbachicken

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    from there we went on to flag staff, joseph928 took us on a guided tour of the area
    sedona, the sights in flagstaff, it's a pretty place, somewhere a chicken could roost
    still lots more of the country to see yet though

    from flagstaff we went to the hoover dam, it was a lot more expensive than i was expecting, so we only got to drive across the top of the dam

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  5. rubbachicken

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    from there we went to vegas

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    4 days in vegas was enough for us, vegas is NOT for chickens
    today 7 hours driving, and now we are resting in san diego
    lucy made the west coast
     
  6. C Nash

    C Nash Senior Member

    WOW!!!! And you made this trip in a day!! JK Great photos and great trip. Thanks for sharing.
     

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