The road up Captain's Bay I have deliberately explored infrequently, to keep part of the road system a bit mysterious. I spent some time up there 5 years ago on a visit to the island but I haven't been there much since I moved here. Come to think of it, I didn't even bring ack out there when he visited. There is a cool shipwreck up there you can barely make out to the left of the island in the picture - I'll try to get a better shot sometime when the light is better.
It is a clear night with a sky full of stars . . . no wind, just the sound of the river ice cracking and the surf on the beach. Chico and I walked at Summer's Bay after work and the horses were there, eating the seagrass by the shoreline. Not really enough light for pictures or to beachcomb, I just sat on a log and watched Chico interact with them, not being aggressive, just trying to gently herd them away from the water. They ignored him for the most part and a good time was had by all . . . . .
Goldfish and I called a day off from the diet and I had the steak at the galley tonight and a few other things I probably shouldn't have . . . .
FRUITA, AND COLORADO NATIONAL MONUMENT - So I left Panguitch after three weeks there, on Thursday. The drive to FRUITA, Colorado was just under 300 miles. It was about 6 hours, but it seemed longe...
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