Wednesday, August 5, 2015
Out to the Desert
School is out (for a week, at least)! We ran south toward the Waterpocket Fold for to get far away from everything we see and do everyday.
Far from the summer we feared with no green or water, all of the juicy thunderstorms brought up by what we affectionately (though inaccurately) call the July-August southerly monsoons have made the desert flow and bloom with water.
We stopped in Boulder and ate good food and enjoyed speaks all along the long trip.
We got in after dark, and though we wished we were under the stars out in the desert, it was good to be home with our screaming children.
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