|Campsite Panguitch UT|
|The long climb to 10,600 feet.|
|Cedar Breaks National Monument at 10,600 ft.|
Pete Dykema, Gary Nederveld, Dave Gabrielse, Phil Quist
|Nearing the top of Cedar Breaks|
|Pictures cannot capture the real beauty.|
|Cedar Breaks still has snow.|
Kim the travel reporter asked:
Are you having some unexpected or serendipitous moments, re: people you've met/things you've seen?/cool moments between the four of you? ....
* What was that movie withand his friend doing the out west cowboy thing? Is there something like that in this trip? ... a male bonding thing that maybe doesn't get to happen so much in everyday life?
We are having a great time together, I think any shared experience is bonding but this one is not spectacularly so. All of us have significant relationships in our lives, so this trip is not an attempt to "find ourselves". We are having a good time sharing our spiritual and theological views of life. Gary talked about some of the folks we have met. We see the two guys from TN every day. I talked with two young women pulling BOB trailers who are headed the same way we are. They found someone to bring them to the top of the big hill in a pickup. Cheaters.