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Tuesday, May 26, 2009

It rarely rains in Utah...


We seem to have a direct effect on the weather in Utah when we arrive. It has rained every day we have been here - and, it rarely rains in this part of Utah! Average annual precipitation (rain/snow) in Wayne County is 7-8 inches!

Above, Annette has her camera out to capture the Rainbow, as well. We've had a great visit - but doing some things a little different than we originally thought. Went over to the Capital Reef Visitor's Center, yesterday, took picnic stuff, for example. By the time we got there, it was too wet to picnic, so did some sight-seeing, watched the good film in the visitor center, and returned to the house for our "picnic!"

It was a very good day! ;-)

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