DIS Dad #257, Galactic Salad Dodger
- Nov 10, 2008
Early mornings and long uphill walks! What could be better than that?I bet. I'm not sure this is a place Fran and I would do well at.
I don't know if the photo does it justice, either. There are better photos out there.I need to take a look at this update from my computer. The phone screen doesnt do it justice.
Always!I can see that. I'd prefer the last half to be downhill rather than uphill!
Buncha weirdos, those Canadians.Huh. That is kind of weird. Silly Canadians! Not to be confused with the silky ones!
Ice cream is never a bad decision! Unless it has nuts in it.That can't be a bad decision!
I felt like he was desperately seeking attention. Love those people, too.Nice. You gotta love classy people.
Yes you could certainly do worse.
Kathy! Better late than never!I'm way late to this party but loved looking at your pics...amazing wildlife especially!!
Well, NOW you tell me.Totally.
I'd have even brought the jam, ya know.
Wow, you were still hungry after that meal? I had to be rolled out of there.No.
I had a PB&J when I got home.
Very true. Which is a neat experience in the summer.And even then, the snow can be 15-20 feet high on either side of the road after they do.
Yeah, it's no fun for him, and no fun to clean up.Yikes! Glad he could take care of it without waking everyone up, but still. Poor kiddo.
I got it from Wikipedia, so I'm sure it's true.I didn't know that! Great factoid!
I noticed that, too. It kind of looks like a collar, which is odd in a national park. I'm not really sure what to make of it. Maybe it's a tracker for the park rangers monitoring animal populations?Does Mama have a collar on? What is that brown thing around her neck?
It's definitely a memorable image, for sure. I didn't go in because I was afraid I'd be kicked out.That is the one most vivid memory of the trip I've taken to that neck of the woods.
I did not get sick of doing that drive, that's for sure!I'll bet that rearview mirror was a real blessing!