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LuLu inspects a benchmark, with the newly painted Suburban in the background.   11-11-12
LuLu inspects a benchmark, with the newly painted Suburban in the background. 11-11-12
Mining headframes at the ghost town of Tybo, deep into central Nevada.  11-11-12
Mining headframes at the ghost town of Tybo, deep into central Nevada. 11-11-12
Is there a mouse in this pipe?  Betsy checks it out.  11-11-12
Is there a mouse in this pipe? Betsy checks it out. 11-11-12
The Dog rests on the motel bed after a hard day of mouse hunting.  11-11-12
The Dog rests on the motel bed after a hard day of mouse hunting. 11-11-12
We soak in 12 Mile Spring in Bishop Creek Canyon.  This was a stop on the California Emigrant Trail in the 1850s.  One of our favorite Hot Springs. Water Temperature is 104 Fahrenheit.  11-12-12
We soak in 12 Mile Spring in Bishop Creek Canyon. This was a stop on the California Emigrant Trail in the 1850"s. One of our favorite Hot Springs. Water Temperature is 104 Fahrenheit. 11-12-12
There was a great sunset on the way out of Bishop Creek Canyon.  11-12-12
There was a great sunset on the way out of Bishop Creek Canyon. 11-12-12
LuLu fed a bunch of ducks and geese outside our Motel room in Idaho Falls.  11-15-12
LuLu fed a bunch of ducks and geese outside our Motel room in Idaho Falls. 11-15-12
Harriman State Park in Idaho  11-15-12
Harriman State Park in Idaho 11-15-12
We passed a pasture full of American Bison yearlings(Buffalo).  They were curious or thought that we would give them some alfalfa..      11-17-12
We passed a pasture full of American Bison yearlings(Buffalo). They were curious or thought that we would give them some alfalfa.. 11-17-12
Betsy in the snow with her GoPro DogCam Mount    11-18-12
Betsy in the snow with her GoPro DogCam Mount 11-18-12
At the Continental Divide marker at the top of Historic Lemhi Pass.  One one side, all the water flows to the Pacific Ocean; on the other side, to the Atlantic.   Really cold: 16 degrees Fahrenheit.   11-18-12
At the Continental Divide marker at the top of Historic Lemhi Pass. One one side, all the water flows to the Pacific Ocean; on the other side, to the Atlantic. Really cold: 16 degrees Fahrenheit. 11-18-12
A view of the Snake River in Eastern Idaho.  11-19-12
A view of the Snake River in Eastern Idaho. 11-19-12
Getting ready to head back home.  The once clean Suburban has an even coat of mud from many miles of snowy muddy dirt roads.  11-20-12
Getting ready to head back home. The once clean Suburban has an even coat of mud from many miles of snowy muddy dirt roads. 11-20-12
Coming into Northwest Nevada from Oregon.  Xmas 2012
Coming into Northwest Nevada from Oregon. Xmas 2012
April 2013......Back in January, LuLu fell out of bed and broke her ankle.  Surgery followed, with a stainless steel plate and 8 screws.  Finally released from the cast and crutches, LuLu and Matt went on Vacation.  This is the top of a mountain near Las Vegas, Nevada at a microwave antenna site at the end of a long, narrow, steep dirt road.
April 2013......Back in January, LuLu fell out of bed and broke her ankle. Surgery followed, with a stainless steel plate and 8 screws. Finally released from the cast and crutches, LuLu and Matt went on Vacation. This is the top of a mountain near Las Vegas, Nevada at a microwave antenna site at the end of a long, narrow, steep dirt road.
Here is Betsy in a tenaja or tank, formed by rainwater runoff in a canyon.  This is below the Three Fingers petroglyph site in Eastern Utah.
Here is Betsy in a tenaja or tank, formed by rainwater runoff in a canyon. This is below the Three Fingers petroglyph site in Eastern Utah.
Here we are at the 3 Fingers site in Utah.  The petroglyphs are on the camera right canyon wall behind us.
Here we are at the 3 Fingers site in Utah. The petroglyphs are on the camera right canyon wall behind us.
Here are some of the petroglyphs at 3 Fingers pecked into the rock by the ancient Native Americans.
Here are some of the petroglyphs at 3 Fingers pecked into the rock by the ancient Native Americans.
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