I'm continuing to enjoy your holiday tales, Kaykaykay.
I think we will hire a car and explore next time we visit Las Vegas.
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Love italian food and how wonderful to end it outside to enjoy more of the scenery. Henderson was a place that my folks thought about moving to before they chickened out and realized they wouldn't be close to their grandkids anymore! Thanks for sharing all of your adventures. This has been very exciting to read. My husband and I are gearing up for a trip out to Yellowstone National Park in September and I seriously need to get in shape for that! Your travels is making me more excited for our own!!
My practice shots were good...except several kept getting pushed to the right! I need to get out again and practice!
Putting a new front porch on the house, photos to follow.
I find the Valley of Fire really easy even as a couch potato, versus many US national parks, because you can drive right up to the trailhead, park, start hiking and quickly see great stuff like the petroglyphs, made by ancient Native Americans. At many other parks, you have to walk a big distance or take a shuttle just to get to the trailhead. These are some of the petroglyphs at Valley of Fire, which I find fascinating:
Rock Art Around Las Vegas, Valley of Fire, Atlatl Rock