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Marilyn Kircus
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Exploring the Camellia Collection at Columbus Botanical Garden
January 25, 2019 I have been bored out of my mind because I could not do any work at the Aquarium during the government shutdown. I mostly seemed to lay around and read or play on my computer. I was scheduled to go help my friends, Jim and Debbi on Saturday...
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How to Make a Long Trip Longer
January 16, 2019 I started my six hour homeward bound trip from Laurel around noon after we had another wonderful sunrise walk on Botany Bay Beach. As I got just outside of town, I remembered I needed to fill my gas tank up.  This necessitated turning aroun...
How to Make a Long Trip Longer
How to Make a Long Trip Longer
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Rock Art at Capital Reef
September 22, 2018 Petroglyphs made by the ancient Native Americans of the Fremont culture are visible in several parts of Capitol Reef National Park. The easiest ones to see are are right along the road, just east of the historic Fruita School. Their meani...
Rock Art at Capital Reef
Rock Art at Capital Reef
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Preview of My Next Summer Home
September 28 - Oct 17 I already knew I was going to have a very hard working and enthusiastic boss for next year, just by  our emails and phone conversations. I had  to make reservations at Capitol Reef and Grand Canyon National Parks in the early spring, i...
Preview of My Next Summer Home
Preview of My Next Summer Home
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Rock Art at Capital Reef
September 22, 2018 Petroglyphs made by the ancient Native Americans of the Fremont culture are visible in several parts of Capitol Reef National Park. The easiest ones to see are are right along the road, just east of the historic Fruita School. They are ju...
Rock Art at Capital Reef
Rock Art at Capital Reef
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Yellowstone National Park - Day 5 - The Beartooth Highway in Snow
Julie and I both wanted her  to experience the Beartooth Highway, which starts at the northeast entrance to Yellowstone and travels sixty-eight miles to the town of Red Lodge.  We would need to get up early so we could also watch for wildlife in the Lamar V...
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Yellowstone - Day 4c - Old Faithful Basin
August 26, 2018 We still had a lot of daylight left after we finished our hike, so we drove a couple of miles more to visit the Old Faithful Basin. We barely had enough time to determine when Old Faithful would go off and rush to get to the balcony over the...
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Yellowstone Park - Day 4b - Mystic Falls Hike
Julie and I were just hitting our stride about 1:00 P. M. on Sunday.  We had arrived at the Mystic Falls Hike which has a walk to the falls, and another loop trail to the top of the mountain which gives an overlook of of the Old Faithful Basin.  Since Julie...
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Yellowstone National Park - Day 6 - Canyon to West Thumb Basin
We had big plans for this day and needed a lot of light, so I dragged Julie out of bed early.  We had our food in the car and our go cups ready for coffee when we got to the Canyon Junction. So we just needed to stop at the restroom on the way out, brush ou...
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