My roommates and I took another summer road trip. We started off driving to Idaho and it's a beary long drive for a little fox. About 12 hours to our destination,City of Rocks National Monument.
It wasn’t really a city but there were many rock formations throughout. I was hoping we would see some fossils but it's not that kind of area.
Since it was beary hot in the city (about 100 degrees which is hot for a little fox). I made the executive decision to take the driving tour. Lots of interesting rock formations in the city for example this formation is called Chicken Claw, which I thought was a beary good name.
Hanging out at the arch, I believe this one is Window Arch.
My roommate is back on his kick of taking picture of strange signs. Apparently he thinks it's funny that there is a practice rock, he kept saying that if the rock practiced and practiced it would be a real rock some day (sigh, humans)....
Since it was so hot we decided to explore a few other areas of Idaho. My roommate took me on a tour of the Minidoka Interment Camp. It is a historical site where many Japanese who lived on the west coast of the US were sent during WWII to work and live (against there will). It was a whole community with schools, farms, and a swimming hole. Most of the interpretive signs were from the human perspective and I kept bugging my sekbreabeary to research information about the camp from the Stuffy perspective. Interestingly this never happened, (it’s hard to find good help these days isn’t’ it?).
*****Note: My sekrebeary just informed me that the picture of me at the camp is missing. Excuse me while I have to deal with some personnel issues. *****