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Old 06-10-2019, 03:11 PM   #15
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A few days ago I met the couple who parked their new Airstream across the campground from us. I learned they loved the Grand Staircase National Monument and to hike. They hiked every day this past week and so we joined them and our local friends for a day of hiking.

Eight and a half hours and 50 creek crossings or so later...

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Beautiful . . . thanks!

A reminder for everyone that, if one clicks on the URL at the top of the YT frame, it will open in a new tab/window, which you can then toggle into "Full Frame" for stunning visuals on a computer or larger tablet.

Jeff -- sorry a little off-topic -- but are there any critters out west like Deer or Lone Star Ticks, which require careful application of repellents, to avoid Lyme Disease etc.? Your water crossings would wash off the repellents. [ feel free to ignore question ] [edit-- nice goatee . . . ]

Thanks again for your amazing visuals.

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Nice video, new friends, safety in teamwork crossing water. Living the Life!!!
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Thanks again, Peter.

As for ticks, I'm no expert but haven't noticed any yet. The maps I've seen don't show a presence of ticks in southern Utah...yet. Hopefully there are still not as many hosts out here to promote the explosion of ticks elsewhere and the dry temperatures help keep the population low. I didn't have any insect repellant on me but I know they go after my wife; so far, I've been lucky.

Knock on wood.
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