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Old 04-06-2015, 05:45 PM   #201
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Well Mike, as it turns out, that wasn't an HF antenna. It has a label on it that says "20 foot telescoping fiberglass kite pole."
--Well, you never know! At least the trailer next to you didn't have a bigger slide out. It might have made for a tight squeeze! And besides, Coco might not have liked that. We have a couple of terriers, too, (Rat and Fox mixes), and that would have resulted in some excitement!

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Wonderful photos of Kodachrome Basin State Park Robert. They remind me of why I love going to Utah. We have camped on two occasions at Kodachrome and plan to return again in 2016. One of my favourite campgrounds in the American SW.

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The tour of Monument Valley Tribal Park was windy, dirty, sandy, bouncy, expensive, and.......amazing. If you're ever here, just plunk down the money and take the tour. You won't forget it.
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I take it that means you took one of the tours as opposed to driving the circle yourself? if so, which tour company and if applicable which tour?
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The tour of Monument Valley Tribal Park was windy, dirty, sandy, bouncy, expensive, and.......amazing. If you're ever here, just plunk down the money and take the tour. You won't forget it.
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I take it that means you took one of the tours as opposed to driving the circle yourself? if so, which tour company and if applicable which tour?
We just used Gouldings since we were camping there. Half day tour. Driving yourself would be OK but you don't get to see as much because the tour goes to restricted areas.
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Wow. Just.
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Absolutely incredible! What great memories~
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